Every Budget in Productive comes with a date. The date does two things:
Marks when the revenue of this budget will be reported. In the example above it's going to be August of 2020.
Signifies the date from which people can start tracking time on this Budget.
For example, the Budget above starts on Aug 28th. If you want to track time on it for July, you will see the following message.
This doesn't mean that the budget doesn't exist. It's there, but the Budget date is set in the future. When something is in the future, you can't start working on it now (logical, right?).
How to fix this?
If you're the project manager, simply go to the Budget and bring the Budget date back to July 21st. As soon as you do that, everyone will be able to track time.
You will need to contact your project manager to adjust the Budget date for you.
A budget can have an end date, which signifies that you can't track time on that service after the last day in the date range.
Date range - Recurring budgets
If you're working on a recurring budget, it will have a date range. In the example above, the budget is active between Mar 9th and Apr 9th. This means that it's a monthly recurring budget.
After Apr 9th, a new budget will be created with a new date range that ends in May.