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Pizzio

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I'm trying to come up with a formula where if 'lease 1' has a variance of 10% or greater then the formula would list ALL the variance reasons. See below column I for what I'm hoping to return with.

Thank you in advance.

Nick
test.xls
BCDEFGHIJ
12009RATBudgetvs.Actual(CurrentMonth)DollarVariance
2RegionMarketBudget$Actual$VarianceVariance%VarianceRankHownotesshouldcomeout
3CentralRCHI134,32052,86681,45461%1Lease1hadnoexpenseincurrentmonth,Lease3cameinunderbudget,Lease4hadunbudgeteddollarsof$10k
4CentralTotal134,32052,86681,45461%
5
62009DetailbyLeaseID
7FINALCategoryFINALSubCategory2009.Jan2009.JanVariance
8RCHI190,022-(90,022)($90k)
9RCHI228,34428,344-
10RCHI314,31912,887(1,432)($1.4k)
11RCHI4-10,00010,000$10k
12RCHI51,6351,635-
13RCHI6---
14RCHITotal134,32052,866(81,454)
15
16VarianceExplanationslist
17hadnoexpenseincurrentmonthgeneratingvarianceof
18cameinunderbudgetby
19hadunbudgeteddollarsof
Central
 

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I'm looking for a formula that if there is a market variance greater or less than 10% it would look at the detail for the market and where I've populated a $ value in column G it auto-populates variance notes (starting in B17). The output i'm hoping to achieve in cell I3 is the following: Lease 1 had no expense in current month, Lease 3 came in under budget, Lease 4 had unbudgeted dollars of $10k. if it isn't possible to have a notes reference table PLUS incorporate the dollar value of the variance i'm up for suggestions. I just need a formula that lists every lease that has a variance and why.

Thank you!
 
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