Budgeted definition

Budgeted or "budgeting" shall mean that funds are allocated or appropriated within the Capital Improvement Plan (CIP).
Budgeted. , in relation to expenditure, means itemised in the estimates of expenditure and voted for in an Appropriation Act;

Examples of Budgeted in a sentence

Records of expenditures must be maintained for each Award by the cost categories of the approved Budget (including indirect costs that are charged to the Award), and actual expenditures are to be compared with Budgeted amounts at least quarterly.

Explain material differences between Budgeted Expenditures and Estimated Actual Expenditures.

Budgeted expenses shall be reduced by applicable CONTRACTOR revenues, which are identified thereon.

Budgeted costs must be in compliance with applicable State and federal laws and regulations and the Department’s Fiscal Guidelines.

Budgeted expenditures cannot exceed beginning available monies plus estimated revenues for the year.

Budgeted benefits cannot exceed those already established by the Applicant.

Budgeted amounts are as originally adopted, or as amended by the County Commission throughout the year.

Under expenses, populate the fields Budgeted Units, Price/Unit, and Actual Units.

Any movement on the Budgeted Financial Performance or the Capital Budget will inevitably impact on the Budgeted Financial Position.

The “Monthly Budgeted Amount” for each Monthly Payment Date shall mean the monthly amount set forth in the Approved Annual Budget for Operating Expenses and Capital Expenditures for the Interest Period related to such Monthly Payment Date.

More Definitions of Budgeted

Budgeted or “Budgeting” shall mean that funds are allocated or appropriated within the Capital Improvement Plan.
Budgeted means either;
Budgeted means the unit of local government has, through legal means, authorized the expenditure of dollars within the appropriate department for forestry activities described in the Urban and Community Forestry Management Plan and the Urban and Community Forestry Project Proposal.
Budgeted or “budget” year means a twelve month period subsequent to the current fiscal year;
Budgeted. ’ or ‘‘budget’’ year means a twelve month period subsequent to the current fiscal year;

Related to Budgeted

Budget means a resource, expressed in financial terms, proposed by the Board for the purpose of carrying out, for a specific period, any or all of the functions of the Trust.
Operating Profit means the excess of Gross Revenues over the following deductions (“Deductions”) incurred by Manager, on behalf of Owner, in operating the Hotel:
Approved Budget means an annual budget-
Operating Profits means, as applied to any Person for any period, the operating income of such Person for such period, as determined in accordance with GAAP.
Operating Costs means all operating expenses and non-operating expenses of FASC for the cost center(s) providing the applicable Category of Services.
Maintenance Capital Expenditures means cash expenditures (including expenditures for the addition or improvement to the capital assets owned by any Group Member or for the acquisition or conversion of existing, or the construction of new, capital assets) if such expenditure is made to maintain the operating capacity or asset base of the Partnership Group. Maintenance Capital Expenditures shall not include (a) Expansion Capital Expenditures or (b) expenditures made solely for investment purposes (as opposed to maintenance purposes). Maintenance Capital Expenditures shall include interest (and related fees) on debt incurred and distributions on equity incurred, in each case, to finance the conversion or construction of a replacement asset and paid during the period beginning on the date that the Group Member enters into a binding obligation to commence converting or constructing a replacement asset and ending on the earlier to occur of the date that such replacement asset Commences Commercial Service or the date that such replacement asset is abandoned or disposed of. Debt incurred to pay or equity issued to fund the conversion or construction period interest payments, or such conversion or construction period distributions on equity shall also be deemed to be debt or equity, as the case may be, incurred to finance the conversion or construction of a replacement asset.
Eligible Expenditures means the expenditures for goods, works and consultants’ services referred to in Section 2.02 of this Agreement;
Operating Revenues means, for any period, all regular ongoing income during such period from the operation of the Mortgaged Property that, in accordance with GAAP, is included in annual financial statements as revenue. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Operating Revenues shall not include (a) any Loss Proceeds (other than business interruption proceeds or Condemnation Proceeds in connection with a temporary Taking and, in either case, only to the extent allocable to such period or other applicable reporting period), (b) any proceeds resulting from the sale, exchange, transfer, financing or refinancing of the Mortgaged Property, (c) any Rent attributable to a Lease more than one month prior to the date on which the actual payment of Rent is required to be made thereunder, (d) any interest income from any source, or (e) any other extraordinary items as reasonably determined by Lender. Operating Revenues shall be calculated on the accrual basis of accounting.
Net Capital Expenditures means for any period the amount by which Capital Expenditures during such period exceeds reimbursements for such items during such period from any fund established pursuant to the Loan Documents.
Operating Income means the Company’s or a business unit’s income from operations but excluding any unusual items, determined in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles.
Operating Budget means, with respect to any Fiscal Year, the operating budget for the Mortgaged Property reflecting Borrower’s projections of Gross Revenues and Property Expenses for the Mortgaged Property for such Fiscal Year and on an annual and monthly basis and submitted by Borrower to Lender in accordance with the provisions of Section 5.1(r)(viii), which Operating Budget shall include, as a component thereof, a Working Capital Budget.
Net Operating Income or “NOI” means, for any Property and for a given period, the sum of the following (without duplication and determined on a consistent basis with prior periods): (a) gross revenues received in the ordinary course from such Property minus (b) all expenses paid (excluding interest but including an appropriate accrual for property taxes and insurance) related to the ownership, operation or maintenance of such Property, including but not limited to property taxes, assessments and the like, insurance, utilities, payroll costs, maintenance, repair and landscaping expenses, marketing expenses, and general and administrative expenses (including an appropriate allocation for legal, accounting, advertising, marketing and other expenses incurred in connection with such Property, but specifically excluding general overhead expenses of the Borrower or any Subsidiary and any property management fees) minus (c) the FF&E Reserves for such Property as of the end of such period minus (d) the greater of (i) the actual property management fee paid during such period and (ii) an imputed management fee in the amount of three percent (3.0%) of the gross revenues for such Property for such period.
Project Revenues means revenues derived from the service of Project Water to Contractors and others, and from the sale or other disposal of electrical energy generated in connection with operation of Project Facilities.
Direct Costs means those expendi- tures which the DOE actually incurs in searching for and duplicating (and in the case of commercial requesters, re- viewing) documents to respond to a FOIA request. Direct costs include, for example, the salary of the employee performing the work (the basic rate of pay for the employee plus 16 percent of that rate to cover benefits) and the cost of operating duplicating machin- ery. Not included in direct costs are overhead expenses such as costs of space, and heating or lighting the facil- ity in which the records are stored.
Development Budget means the cost categories listed on Pages 8 - 11 in Form 3 that are directly related to the proposed Project as submitted in the Application. Indirect or off-site costs not directly related to the development of the project are not valid or eligible costs.
Operating Cost means the costs associated with operating a multifamily development once the project is placed in service.
Project Costs means all allowable costs, as set forth in the applicable Federal cost principles, incurred by a recipient and the value of the contribu- tions made by third parties in accom- plishing the objectives of the award during the project period.
Capital Expenditures means, without duplication, any expenditure or commitment to expend money for any purchase or other acquisition of any asset which would be classified as a fixed or capital asset on a consolidated balance sheet of the Borrower and its Subsidiaries prepared in accordance with GAAP.
Operating Expenditures means all Partnership Group cash expenditures (or the Partnership’s proportionate share of expenditures in the case of Subsidiaries that are not wholly owned), including taxes, compensation of employees, officers and directors of the General Partner, reimbursement of expenses of the General Partner and its Affiliates, debt service payments, Maintenance Capital Expenditures, repayment of Working Capital Borrowings and payments made in the ordinary course of business under any Hedge Contracts, subject to the following:
Consolidated Capital Expenditures means, for any period, the aggregate of all expenditures of Company and its Subsidiaries during such period determined on a consolidated basis that, in accordance with GAAP, are or should be included in “purchase of property and equipment” or similar items reflected in the consolidated statement of cash flows of Company and its Subsidiaries.
Capital Budget means the approved budget for capital items in a given fiscal period. Capital items are assets with a life expectancy of more than one financial year such as property, plant and equipment. The cost of which is normally written off over a number of fiscal periods;
DIP Budget means a projected statement of sources and uses of cash for the Borrower and the Guarantors on a weekly basis for the following 13 calendar weeks. As used herein, “DIP Budget” shall initially refer to the initial 13-week projection delivered in accordance with Section 6.2 and thereafter shall refer to the most recent 13-week projection delivered by the Borrower in accordance with Section 9.1(c).