Financial Planning and Analysis (FP&A)
financial planning and analysis (n.) a method of creating a budget with information about your business (expenses, income, etc.) and evaluating this budget to create a business strategy.
Related forms: FP&A or financial modeling
Examples: FP&A often employs a variety of tactics to provide the information needed to make strategic decisions.
- Utilizing quantitative and analytic information to measure progress
- Forecasting results
- Analyzing trends
- Determining challenges
- Generating reports
- Providing information in order to make strategic decisions
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