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HSM-260 wk 6 checkpoint

# HSM-260 wk 6 checkpoint - Other \$117,903.00 Managemen t...

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Running head: CALCULATING FIXED COSTS, VARIABLE COSTS, AND BREAK 1 Calculating Fixed Costs, Variable Costs, and Break Even Point for a Program Anna Borsick HSM/260 December 15, 2011 Marilyn Gardner

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CALCULATING FIXED COSTS, VARIABLE COSTS, AND BREAK 2 Calculating Fixed Costs, Variable Costs, and Break Even Point for a Program Calculations for the Fixed Costs, Variable Costs, and Break-Even Point of XYZ Non- Profit Corporation for the year 2002. Fixed Costs Salary \$417,004.00 Rent \$150,000.00 Telephone \$24,000.00 Total \$591,004.00 Variable Costs Supplies \$125,101.20
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Unformatted text preview: Other \$117,903.00 Managemen t \$351,000.00 Total \$594,004.20 Revenue per customer \$1,165,065.000 / 5962 = \$195.42 Variable cost per customer \$594,004.20 / 5962 = \$99.63 Break-even in customers \$591,004.00 (195.42 – 99.63) = 6,169.79 = 95.79 Break-even in revenue dollars \$6,169.79 * 195.42 = 1,205,700.3 Break-even total variable cost \$6,169.79 * 99.63 = \$614,696.17 CALCULATING FIXED COSTS, VARIABLE COSTS, AND BREAK 3 Reference University of Phoenix. (2011). Appendix D . Retrieved from University of Phoenix, HSM/260 website....
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