capacity usage variance
- Finthe difference in gain or loss in a given period compared to budgeted expectations, caused because the hours worked were longer or shorter than planned the type of fixed asset purchased, for example, whether it is machinery or buildings. This system effectively removes subjectivity from the calculation of depreciation for tax purposes.
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