|All Industries, Financial Model, General Excel Financial Models|
|Budget, Budgeting, Excel, Financial Model, Financial Projections, Financial Reporting, Financial Statements, Forecast, Forecasting, Macros, Variance Analysis|
The Budget vs. Actual financial model is used to measure actual results against the budget projected for the financial period. The 1 year financial period can be broken down by Month, Quarter, or All by enabling Macros on the worksheet. Simply click on the buttons labeled Months, Quarters and Reset to adjust the columns and view of the template. Information can be entered in the columns labeled Budget and Actual for each month and all other columns will calculate automatically.
This is a great template to use for annual or monthly budget reports. This model will show the variance between the budget and actual figures so you can analyze what areas need attention. This Budget vs. Actual model is a general template for simple business models but has the flexibility to be customized.
Important Note: This model template file contains Macros. Enable the Macros for ease of use scrolling between Months, Quarters and All.
All cells in black font are input cells where custom information can be entered. All cells in blue font are formulas set to streamline the model.