# Breakeven Analysis [electronic resource] : The Definitive Guide to Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis

Material type: Computer filePublisher number: 9781606490167Publication details: New York : Business Expert Press, 2011.ISBN:- 9781606490174

- 658.1554

- HD47.25 .C243 2011

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Copyright; Contents; Preface; Who This Book Is Designed For; The Plan of the Book; Introduction; the essence of Breakeven analysis; the traditional Breakeven Formula; Business Situations Where Breakeven analysis Is Useful; total Cost Method; the Formula; example 1; Interpreting the result; extending the Formula; additional application; Contribution Margin Method; Interpreting the result; extending the Formula: the Contribution Margin ratio Method; a Few Notes on Operating Leverage; target profit Method; Cost of Goods Sold Method; the Formula; example 1; Interpreting the result; Benefits

an alternative approach and a Useful tableexample 3; Changing prices and Variable Costs; Selling price at Various Volumes; Multiple Breakeven points; Net present Value Method; example 1; Breakeven and the Cost of Capital; example 2; Observations; Variations to the Method; Weaknesses; ethical Considerations; Quadratic equation; Changes in revenue; Costs and revenue Changing; Limitations; tax effects on Cost-Volume-profit; Glossary; Breakeven; Business Model; Contribution Margin; Contribution Margin Ratio; Cost of Goods Sold; Cost-Volume-profit Analysis; Fixed Costs; High-Low Method

Further Reading

Least Squares MethodMixed Costs; net present Value; Relevant Range; Sales Mix; Total Costs; Total Revenue; Traditional Breakeven Formula; Unit; Unit Selling price; Variable Costs; Weighted Mean; Limitations and Criticisms; Criticisms; A Short Genealogy of Breakeven Analysis; Using Breakeven Thinking to decide Whether to Start a Business; The Formula; Summary; Annuity Table; Notes; Chapter 1; Chapter 2; Chapter 4; Chapter 5; Chapter 6; Chapter 7; Chapter 8; Chapter 9; Chapter 10; Chapter 11; Chapter 12; Chapter 14; Chapter 15; Chapter 16; Appendix A; Appendix B; Appendix C; References

LimitationsModified Breakeven analysis; Demand; estimating Demand and Customer responsiveness; Factoring Demand in Breakeven analysis; an alternative; the ethical Dimension; Dealing With Changes in product Mix Using Weighted averages; the Formula; example 1; Benefits; Weighted average Selling price Method; the Formula; example 2; example 3; Interpreting the result; Benefits; Limitations; high-Low Method; example 1; Least Squares Method; Using the Scattergraph; Changing Costs; Changing the Variable Costs of Manufacturing; Impact of Changing Fixed Costs; Changing prices; example 1; example 2

This book explains the vocabulary of cost-volume-profit (breakeven) analysis (CVP), explores the breadth of applications of CVP, and illustrates the use of CVP concepts in a broad range of management and marketing scenarios. The book examines the proper identification of a 'unit', the various formulations of breakeven, profit planning using the breakeven formulas, and the application of CVP in sensitivity analysis. Each chapter will offer several important ingredients for a practical 'how to' approach: the type of data needed, the formula, how to calculate and interpret the math, a specific ex