Setting your budget is crucial to keep your business on track. This is a common phrase in the finance world, but it’s a lot easier said than done. How do you make decisions about your budget in the future if you don’t know how much revenue you will be bringing in? To prepare an accurate budget, you first need to develop a revenue forecast for your business. A forecast is an educated prediction based on past and current data for the upcoming year about how much money your company will likely bring in. With this information, you can estimate what you can afford to spend and what your profit margin will be. So how you can get the most out of your revenue forecasting?