Fixed overheads variance, Cost Accounting

Fixed Overheads Variance

This is defined like the difference between the fixed overheads attributed and the standard cost of fixed overheads absorbed in the production achieved whether completed or whether not and charged to that period.

This is in fact the over or under-absorbed overheads for the period beneath consideration.

The fixed overhead volume variance has two major components that are:

1. Fixed overhead expenditure variance, and

2. Fixed overhead volume variance

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