Budget Variance

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Budget Variance can be defined as the difference between the budgeted amount and the actual amount of revenues or expenses. Budget variance is seen as favourable when the actual value is greater than the budgeted value. It occurs due to weak assumptions or due to the occurrence of uncontrollable events.

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