controllable variance

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In standard costing or budgetary control, a variance that is regarded as controllable by the manager responsible for that area of an organization. The variance occurs as a result of the difference between the budget cost allowance and the actual cost incurred for the period. See also controllable costs.

Subjects: Accounting.

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