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Chapter 4

ACC 406 chapter 4

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Accounting
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ACC 406
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Anthony Chan

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CHAPTER 4 – COST-VOLUME-PROFIT ANALYSIS: A MANAGERIAL PLANNING TOOL 1. Determine the breakeven point in number of units and in total sales dollars  At breakeven, total costs (variable and fixed) equal total sales revenue  Breakeven units equal total fixed costs divided by the contribution margin (price – variable cost per unit)  Breakeven revenue equals total fixed costs divided by the contribution margin ratio 2. Determine the number of units that must be sold, and the amount of revenue required, to earn a target profit  To earn a target profit, total cost + the amount of target profit must = total sales revenue  Units to earn target profit = total fixed costs + target profit / by the contribution margin  Sales revenue to earn target profit = total fixed costs + target profit / by the contribution margin ratio 3. Prepare a profit volume graph and a cost-volume-profit graph, and explain the meaning of each  CVP assumes linear revenue and cost functions, no finished goods ending inventories, constant sales mix, and that selling price and fixed and variable costs are known with certainty  Profit volume graphs plot the relationship betw
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