Means nothing, or a just a budget amount!
From the governments budget
According to the last budget a tiny amount of the total US budget is spent on foreign aid. About 0.1 or 0.2% is the figure. In 2009 the total foreign aid was around $48 billion. President G.W. Bush submitted to Congress a total budget request of $3.1 trillion.
preparing the state budget
Adhere to a budget
to do so governments make up a budget,or plan for collecting and spending money
The amount is always less than the annual budget.
The Production Budget for Total Recall was $125,000,000.
because governments have limited amounts of money, they have to use it wisely so they make budgets
sponge bob is in charge of the budget! None of the answers are correct. (for civics and governments only)
A budget is where you have a certain amount of money that you have to spend and you cant go above your budget.
The total budget of the US is 3.4 trillion dollars.
savings and mis
There are budget cuts when organizations and governments do not have as much funds as they did in previous times. They must then reduce spending to compensate for the decline of money.
With a total consumption budget, there is no net income or savings.
Budget deficit is how much we spend per year over what we take in from taxes. National debt is the total amount the nation owes (the deficits added together).
It means that less money will be budgeted than in the previous year. Thus, the phrase, "cut the budget", indicates that one or more areas of a budgeted total amount of money will need to be reduced.
The total budget of the White House for entertainment purposes is not to exceed $19,000.
There is insufficient information. You need to specify what your total budget was and either how much you spent or saved. You have not provided your total budget.
$388,000,000 total budget.
The budget cost of a home is the amount of money a person can spend to purchase a home. This amount will vary depending on a person's income.
The total budget for the movie was supposedly between $250 to $300 million or more. $ - United States Dollar.