- favorable variance
- In *budgeting, the incurring of smaller than anticipated costs or the earning of larger than anticipated revenues. A favorable variance indicates that actual performance is better than expected. The term is also used in *standard costing. Contrast Unfavorable variance.
Auditor's dictionary. 2014.
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Благоприятное отклонение (FAVORABLE VARIANCE) — Отклонение, возникающее, когда фактические или текущие результаты превышают ожидаемые; превышение фактических доходов над ожидаемыми; превышение ожидаемых затрат над фактическими … Словарь терминов по управленческому учету
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