Budgeting

Budgets are financial documents that institutions use to plan for their financial future.   Budgeting serves three very important functions:

a)      To forecast income and expenditures (and hence, profitability)

b)      To assist in decision-making

c)       To monitor business performance

As such, the development of PSU’s budget requires great care, consideration, and involvement from the PSU community.

The following information related to PSU’s budget process is located on the Services Tab of the myPlymouth portal

  • The Budget Planning Guide (for most current budget preparation cycle), which includes:
    • The budget schedule
    • The budget request process
    • Key budget parameters
  • A link to the budget request form.

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