Financial plan, Marketing Management

The financial plan consists of a 12-month profit and loss projection, a four-year profit and loss projection (optional), a projected balance sheet, a cash flow projection and a breakeven calculation.  Together they constitute a reasonable estimate of a company's financial future. Anon, (2010)

BREAK-EVEN ANALYSIS

Monthly Unit Break-even                                       1434

Monthly Revenue Break-even                                RM 4827

Assumption:

Average Per-Unit Revenue                                     RM 3.36

Average Per-Unit Variable Cost                             RM 9

Estimated Monthly Fixed Cost                                RM 8079

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