## Quiz 29: Break Even Quiz

Take our break even quiz questions and answers to check out your knowledge of break even accounting used in double entry bookkeeping.

Quiz 29: Break Even Quiz December 14th, 2016

## Break Even Analysis

Break even analysis can be used by a business to calculate the revenue or number of unit sales needed in order to produce a net income of zero. At this point, the gross margin (sometimes referred to as contribution margin) is equal to the operating expenses of the business.

A variation of break even analysis can be used to work out the revenue or sales units needed to reach a target profit level.

Break Even Analysis January 28th, 2017

## Margin of Safety Analysis

The margin of safety (MOS) measures the gap between the actual revenue and the break even revenue. As a business will break even at

Margin of Safety Analysis February 7th, 2017

## Break Even Calculator

A business is said to break even when itâ€™s profit is zero. It is useful to be able to calculate the sales needed for a business to break even, and to do this the Break Even Point Formula can be used.

The Break Even Calculator Excel sheet, available for download below, uses the break even formula to calculate break even point for you by inserting values for sales, variable costs, and fixed costs.

Break Even Calculator November 6th, 2016

## Break Even Formula

A business is said to break even when it’s net income is zero. It is useful to be able to calculate the revenue needed for a business to break even, and to do this the break even formula is used.

Break Even Formula November 6th, 2016