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Definition of Prebudget
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Prebudget
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1. Accrual Budgeting: Experiences of Other Nations and Implications for the by Christine E. Bonham, Elizabeth A. McClarin (2000)
"A number of agencies participated in a pilot program to produce Performance Reports in the fall—during prebudget consultations—that present the results ..."
2. Smoke and Mirrors: The Canadian Tobacco War by Rob Cunningham (1996)
"Well- researched prebudget submissions and compelling logic helped make the case to government. Among other points, the submissions referred to public ..."
3. Budget Surpluses: Experiences of Other Nations & Implications for the U.S. by Thomas M. James, Byron Gordon (2003)
"Subsequently, the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance holds a series of prebudget consultations with the public and presents its recommendations ..."