Assumptions of break even analysis, Cost Accounting

ASSUMPTIONS OF BREAK EVEN ANALYSIS

1. Fixed costs for all time remain constant.

2. All costs are divided into fixed and variable costs.

3. Selling price will not alter despite competition.

4. Variable costs SVD change in direct proportion to production.

5. There is no alteration in common price level.

6. There is no alteration in operating efficiency.

7. Quantity of production is the only affecting factor.

8. Quantity of sales and volume of production are equal.

9. Only one product or sales mix is same.

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