Budget, as we all know, is a financial plan that involves spending and saving money. Cash flow, on the other hand, is a financial term that pertains to cash created or received through earnings or income and cash spent.
Essentially, it is the inflow and outflow of cash, an important metric every company (or individual keen on achieving financial aptitude) should track on an ongoing basis.
Now, not veering too far away from our previous discussion of trivia, did you know that the word budget was coined from the French word bougette, meaning, purse? Honestly, I never knew this until I came across this website called qWhatIs.com, a sister website to FactsBarn.com.
qWhatIs.com is an online knowledge hub that seeks to provide answers to basically every what-is question out there – politics, technology, business, humanities, food, computers, science, anything under the sun.
And unlike other online encyclopedias, qWhatIs ensures learning is fun through its integration of images, diagrams and charts to highlight what needs to be highlighted.
Learning becomes interactive as well, thanks to the site’s open commenting platform. And if there’s any topic you don’t find covered, you’re always free to submit a request for the topic to be featured.
Yes, learning can be fun. And learning should be a never-ending process. The moment the desire to learn ceases to exist in an individual, hope ceases to exist as well.
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