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Budgetary slack

Budgetary slack refers to the amount by which a manager intentionally underestimates budgeted revenues or overestimates budgeted expenses in order to make it easier to achieve budgetary goals. To minimize budgetary slack, higher-level managers must carefully review and thoroughly question, the budget projections provided to them by employees who they supervise.

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