Many managers like to build slack into the budget by underestimating projected sales or overestimating future
expenses. Do you think budgetary slack has a place in the budgeting process? Why or why not? Provide specific examples of benefits or consequences.
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Budgetary slack is the practice of underestimating revenues or overestimating expenses when preparing a budget in an... View the full answer