# budgets

What is the difference between line-item, functional and program budgets? What different budget items do they contain that make them different?

From my book reading, it sounds like they are all pretty much the same. I am having such a hard time understanding them. Any info you can give about their differences would be great. I already have examples, but they really aren't helping me much.

There are about two or three good examples and explanations in each of the following search results. I hope they are useful to you.

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