Once we have Created a Budget and Added Users to the Budget, we can define a budget structure.
A budget structure provides the framework to help you understand and manage your budget.
Maybe you want to organize your budget by location. Maybe by product line. Maybe you have many budgeting categories. Maybe just a few.
The flexibility of Jet Budgets gives you full control over the structure, so that it fits your exact needs.
Let's look at an example to see how to define that structure.
Adding a Structure to your Budget
Once we've logged in to Jet Hub and navigated to the Budgets section...
We see that our new budget is entirely empty. There is no structure of any kind. All we have done, so far, is create a budget and add some users so that, as we continue to refine the structure, we can assign those users.
Moving to the Structure section...
We can right-click on the budget name and begin to add sections to our budget
How we organize the structure of our budget is entirely up to us.
Perhaps we want to organization our budget...
by location: or maybe product line:
For example, let's organize our budget primarily by Location Revenue and Expenses by Category
Once complete and we look at the budget Overview, we see that our structure is ready to start having figures added.