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Budget variance

A budget variance is the difference between the amount of money budgeted for a certain period and the total amount that is spent. Budget variance is calculated by subtracting actual costs from projected costs. If the result is a positive number, the company is operating on a surplus. Negative numbers show a deficit.

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