Operating BudgetA plan for the day-to-day operating expenses of a business known as opex.
Capital BudgetA plan for capital investment in a business known as capex.
Cash BudgetA plan for the cash flow of a business.
Zero-based BudgetA budget that starts from zero each year with no baseline spending.
Incremental BudgetA budget based on the previous period with small changes.
Contingency BudgetA plan to set aside money for unexpected or highly variable costs.
Flexible BudgetThe practice of adjusting a budget based on real world change such as revenue levels.
Fixed BudgetA budget that isn’t changed regardless of what happens.
Project BudgetA cost plan for a one-time initiative of change.
Sales BudgetA forecast of revenue and revenue related expenses.
Overhead BudgetA plan for overhead costs not related to sales or production volumes.
Balanced BudgetA budget where revenues equal expenses. Typically applies to governments.
Master BudgetA comprehensive budget that captures all other budgets developed by an organization.
Financial BudgetThe overall plan and forecast for an organization's financial management in a period including opex, capex, cash balances, assets, liabilities, revenue and financing.