Also by John A. TracyHOW TO READ A FINANCIAL REPORT For MANAGERS, ENTREPRENEURS, LENDERS, LAWYERS, AND INVESTORS"[If] you would like to have a minimal understanding of the numbers that make up a balance sheet, income, and cash flow statement . . . then How to Read a Financial Report might be just what you are looking for. Mr. Tracy's book explains in plain English the meaning of the major terms used in financial statements . . ."—The Wall Street Journal"What distinguishes Tracy's efforts from other manuals is an innovative structure that visually ties together elements of the balance sheet and income statement by tracing where and how a line item in one affects an entry in the other."—Inc. magazine"An excellent job of showing how to separate the wheat from the chaff without choking in the process."—Miami HeraldAs a busy business manager, would you like to spend less time budgeting, and learn more from the budgeting you do? If you answer yes, then Budgeting ? la Carte is the book for you.Most books on budgeting advocate a comprehensive, "seven course dinner" budgeting system. But unless you're the CEO of a major corporation, this is too much information—maybe way too much. What you need instead is Budgeting ? la Carte: a menu of budgeting options that allows you to pick and choose only those items that suit your taste, appetite, and business situation. Explained in detail by bestselling financial author John A. Tracy, this comprehensive resource covers the full range of budgeting procedures, including: Income Statements Balance Sheets Operating Ratios Profitability Cash Flow Price and Volume Tradeoffs Cost Allocations Capital Investments And more . . .Budgeting, Tracy shows, is not an end in itself. It's a set of tools you can use to maximize financial performance and position. With Budgeting ? la Carte, you'll control the tools, and you can decide just how much and what kind of budgeting is right for your business.