Sales Volume Required to Break Even Calculator
If you’re a new small business owner or looking to add a new product to your line of offerings, you’ll want to know your break-even point.The calculator below can help you set your price per unit by comparing fixed costs, variable costs and estimated number of sales.
Simply put, revenue from a sale must be more than the cost to create and deliver the product in order for you to make a profit.How will lowering the price of an item or a higher production cost affect your monthly revenue? Can you still break even if you run a significant sale on a popular item? These are questions the sales volume calculator can help answer.
Frequently Asked Questions
How to calculate break even point?Calculate a break even point by dividing fixed production costs by revenue per unit. Learn more about accepting payment for your products with solutions from SouthState.
How to identify a fixed cost vs. a variable cost?Fixed costs do not change based on how many products you sell, while variable costs fluctuate.
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