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Break Even Analyses

Discuss break-even analysis, explain fixed cost, variable cost, and semi-variable cost. Define and explain the significance of each cost.

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A break-even analysis is an examination of changes in fixed and variable costs based on varying revenue and production levels that identifies a break-even point where revenues are equal to costs. It highlights the profit results from alternative levels of operation

A variable cost is an intermittent cost that fluctuates with an organization's sales revenue. These are costs directly associated with all internal and external business operations. Companies with higher variable costs have more difficulty in planning, budgeting and forecasting their bottom line. In companies where there is an overall higher variable cost associated with revenue, there is usually a much ...

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Description of break-even analysis, including fixed cost, variable cost, and semi-variable cost. 398 Words and 3 references in APA format. Here is a small sample of what you will receive: These are costs directly associated with all internal and external business operations. Companies with higher variable costs have more difficulty in planning, budgeting and forecasting their bottom line. In companies where there is an overall higher variable cost associated with revenue, there is usually.... Thank you for using Brainmass.

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