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`"Percentage Variance" = ( "Variance" / "Cash Last Year" )`

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The **Percent Cash Variance (version 2)** calculator computes the percent variance (**V**) in cash amounts between two periods (e.g. this year and last year).

**INSTRUCTIONS:** Choose currency units and enter the following;

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**V**) Variance (difference) in cash between this period and last. - (
**L**) Cash last period.

**% Cash Variance:** The calculator returns the % variance (V) in cash.

- Accounting Profit - Accounting Profit is an income distributed to the firm in a profitable market production process (business).
- Accounting Assets - Value of assets (current and fixed) of a company
- Owners Equity - Assets minus Liabilities
- Accounting Liabilities - Liabilities are equal to the Assets minus the Shareholders Equity.
- Accounting Assets based on liabilities, stocks, retained earnings, revenue and expenses.
- Economic Profit - Includes revenue and explicit and implicit costs.
- Return On Investment (ROI) - The ROI equation is used to measure the benefits of a particular investment or to compare the performance or benefits across several other investments. It is also known as the rate of return.
- Cash Variance - Variance is the difference between a budgeted, planned or standard cost and the actual amount incurred/sold.
- Cash Variance % - Variance as a percentage
- Cash Variance % (v2) - Variance percent.
- compute the sum of Expenses, Revenue sources, Liabilities, Stocks, etc,CLICK HERE.

In budgeting (or management **accounting** in general), a **variance** is the difference between a budgeted, planned or standard cost and the actual amount incurred/sold. **Variances** can be computed for both costs and revenues. This equation shows the percentage of variance in relation to cash.

**Dopson, Lea R., and David K. Hayes.***Managerial Accounting for the Hospitality Industry*. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley, 2009. Print.