Overhead controllable variance

Overhead controllable variance is the difference between normal capacity hours and standard hours allowed times the fixed overhead rate.

To compute this variance, the company compares actual overhead costs incurred with budgeted costs for the standard hours allowed.

Actual Overhead – Overhead Budgeted = Overhead Controllable Variance

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