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Cash Break-Even Point-Marginal Costing

   Posted On :  02.05.2018 10:40 pm

Cash Break-Even Point

Cash Break-Even Point
 
 It is the level of output or sales where the cash inflow will be equivalent to cash needed to meet immediate cash liabilities. To this end, fixed costs have to be divided into two parts (i) fixed cost which do not need immediate cash outlay (depreciation etc.) And (ii) fixed cost which need immediate cash outlay (rent etc.). Cash break-even point can be calculated thus:

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