Tag Archives | Break-Even Analysis

Formula of Break Even Point | Profits | Production Management

This article provides a full proof formula to calculate break even point. BEP can be calculated in a number of ways, depending on the nature of the information available. Let us use the following symbols in our calculation: P: Selling price per unit q: sales volume f: fixed cost me v: per unit variable cost. Now for BEP, Sales = [...]

By |2017-06-03T06:30:11+05:30June 3, 2017|Break Even Analysis|Comments Off on Formula of Break Even Point | Profits | Production Management

Break-Even Analysis (With Diagram) | Management

Break-Even Analysis: Another form of financial analysis is breakeven analysis. It is a technique for finding a point at which a project will cover its costs, or break even. It is often used to make an initial decision on whether to proceed with a project. Breakeven analysis is also a technique of financial control in the sense that further analyses [...]

By |2016-11-05T03:52:06+05:30November 5, 2016|Controlling|Comments Off on Break-Even Analysis (With Diagram) | Management

Determination of the Break-Even Point

The break-even point means the level of output or sales at which no profit or loss is achieved. It indicates the posi­tion at which marginal profit or contribution is just sufficient to cover fixed overheads. In other words, a business is said to break-even when its income equals its expenditure. When production exceeds the "Break-even point", the busi­ness makes a [...]

By |2016-11-02T06:00:08+05:30November 2, 2016|Break Even Analysis|Comments Off on Determination of the Break-Even Point
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