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Lecture 4

ACC 406 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Operating Leverage, Earnings Before Interest And Taxes, Fixed Cost

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ACC 406
Alison Beavis

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Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis: A Managerial Planning Tool
- This powerful tool for planning and decision making can be used to calculate:
o The number of units that must be sold to break even
o The impact of a given reduction in fixed costs on the break-even point
o The impact of an increase in price on profit
Break-Even Point
- Where profits are zero
- Sales Variable Cost = Contribution Margin
- Contribution Margin Fixed Costs = Operating Income
- Contribution Margin Ratio = Contribution Margin/Sales
- Operating income = sales total variable expenses total fixed expenses
Break-even number of units = total fixed expenses/ price variable cost
Variable cost ratio= variable cost per unit/price
Break-even sales= total fixed expenses/contribution margin ratio
Units to be Sold to Achieve a Target Income
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Sales Revenue to Achieve Target Income
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Profit-Volume Graph
- Visually portrays the relationship between profits and units sold
- Operating income is the dependent variable
- Units sold is the independent variable
- The profit-volume graph is the graph of the operating income equation
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