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The following table outlines Company names breakeven analysis. Describe the highlights of your breakeven analysis to show how many of your products or services must be sold to make profit. Breakeven Analysis Price Per Unit Insert Price Per Unit Variable Cost Insert Cost Total Fixed Costs Insert Cost Expected Unit Sales Insert Count Total Variable Costs Multiply DB=E Total All Costs Sum E+C=F Total Revenue Multiply AD=G Profit Sum F Breakeven Unit Sales Breakeven Count The Breakeven Count is the number of units required to be sold where Profit This number should be less than your Expected Unit Sales. If you require more information on creating breakeven analysis consult your accountant or other financial information resources.

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The following table outlines Company names breakeven analysis. Describe the highlights of your breakeven analysis to show how many of your products or services must be sold to make profit. Breakeven Analysis Price Per Unit Insert Price Per Unit Variable Cost Insert Cost Total Fixed Costs Insert Cost Expected Unit Sales Insert Count Total Variable Costs Multiply DB=E Total All Costs Sum E+C=F Total Revenue Multiply AD=G Profit Sum F Breakeven Unit Sales Breakeven Count The Breakeven Count is the number of units required to be sold where Profit This number should be less than your Expected Unit Sales. If you require more information on creating breakeven analysis consult your accountant or other financial information resources.

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The editable Breakeven Analysis template - complete with the actual formatting, layout and graphics is available in the retail Proposal Packs.

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