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CVP and Break-Even Analysis CVP and Break-Even Analysis ACC 561 January 8, 2012
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CVP and Break-Even Analysis CVP and Break-Even Analysis Snap Fitness is a Minnesota-based fitness business offering franchise opportunities. With the ongoing trend of fitness and low cost to join, this kind of business is appealing to many people who have demanding schedules and need flexibility when they can work out. Startup fees range from $60,000 to $184,000 with monthly fixed costs of $4,000 for equipment leasing and $2,000 for operating expenses. Startup fees also include the franchise fee, grand opening marketing costs, leasehold improvements, utility and rent deposits, and training. Owning a business is very attractive to many people. This analysis will provide an estimate of variable costs and a summary of how many members and corresponding sales dollars would have to be to reach net income of $10,000 per month. The analysis will also include five examples of variables costs and an investigative review of other types of businesses to determine if this would be a good
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This note was uploaded on 02/16/2012 for the course ACCOUNTING ACC561 taught by Professor Jardine during the Spring '12 term at University of Phoenix.

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