Zero based budgeting

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    Rajan

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    Can someone help me with this question.
    Discuss the concept of adding 20% to a Zero Based Budget to cover unexpected difficulties.
     
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    Becky Administrator

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    Is this a study question?
     
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    Yes it is. Perhaps you can help.
     
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    AGH the CPA

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    Per the forum rules:

    Please note that if you are looking for assistance with an exam-style question, you must attempt the question yourself before asking for help. You can then state the answer you have so far and explain which aspect you need help with. Anyone posting exam-style questions expecting the answer to be given to them will have their posts removed. Repeat offenders will be banned from the forum.
     
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    Rajan

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    But this not an exam question. It is a school assignment. Just wanted to know how to structure the answer.
     
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    As a part of the assignment would be to attempt it on your own. So feel free to post what you think it means, and then we can help identify where your thinking might be off. It is possible that you know exactly what you are talking about, but are afraid to put it out there.
     
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    @Rajan the wording is 'exam style' question, and refers to all study questions. You must attempt the question yourself before asking for help, or your post will be deleted.
     
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