Baseline budget general supplies 68837 utilities

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Baseline Budget General supplies $68837 Utilities $150,705 Leased space $712800 Fuel $50066 Inspection supplies $324,319 Inspection start-up $123,750 Total non-personnel $1,430,477 Question 2 a. The Base budget for the year Base Budget Nurse practitioner salary $65,000 Driver and health Aide salary $45,000 Benefits $22,000 Van costs $12,000 Medical supplies $9,000
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DEVELOPING BASELINE BUDGETS 5 The benefits are given as 20% of the salaries. Total salaries are (nurse practitioner salary plus driver and health aide salary) = $965,000 + 45,000) = $110,000. Benefits = 20/100 x 110,000 = $22,000. b. The budget for the next year Baseline Budget Nurse practitioner salary $66,950 Driver and health Aide salary $46,800 Benefits $22,750 Van costs $12,000 Medical supplies $9,000 Assuming a 3% increase in the nurse practitioner salary, the new salary will be: NPS = 65,000 + (65,000 x 3/100) = 66,950. Conversely, the driver and health aide salary = 45,000 x (45,000 x 4/100) = 46,800 c. Base budget after a new NPS When a part-time nurse practitioner is hired for $30,000 currently and will be a full-time worker at the start of the next year, the budgets will be as follows: Base Budget Nurse practitioner salary $95,000 Driver and health Aide salary $45,000 Benefits $28,000 Van costs $12,000 Medical supplies $9,000 Baseline budget for the next year
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DEVELOPING BASELINE BUDGETS 6 The nurse practitioners salary will be given by (65,000 x 1.03) + 60,000 = 126,950. Baseline Budget Nurse practitioner salary $126,950 Driver and health Aide salary $46,800 Benefits $34,750 Van costs $12,000 Medical supplies $9,000 In this case, the nursing practitioner salary is given as (65,000 x 1.03) + 60,000 = 126,950
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DEVELOPING BASELINE BUDGETS 7 References Chen, G. G., Weikart, L. A., & Williams, D. W. (2015). Budget tools: Financial methods in the public sector . Washington, D.C.: CQ Press. Wang, X. S. (2014). Financial management in the public sector: tools, applications, and cases . London; New York: Routledge.
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