The Capital Budgeting Cycle in details

  1. Forecasting investment needs.
  2. Identifying a project or projects to meet those needs.
  3. Appraising the alternatives using qualitative and quantitative methods.
  4. Selecting the best alternatives.
  5. Making the expenditure on Initial Cost of Investment.
  6. Monitoring the project or projects.

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