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Contribution Margin Definition

See Also: Margin vs Markup Segment Margin Marginal Costs Segmenting Customers for Profit Financial Ratios Contribution Margin Definition Contribution margin (CM), defined as selling price minus variable cost, is a measure of the ability of a company to cover variable costs with revenue. The amount leftover, the contribution, covers fixed costs or is profit. Contribution

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Cost Volume Profit Formula

See Also: Cost-Volume-Profit (CVP) Model Cost Volume Profit Formula: Breakeven Sales Volume Breakeven Sales Volume = Fixed Costs ÷ (Sales Price – Variable Costs) Breakeven Sales Volume = Fixed Costs ÷ (Contribution Margin) 6,000 = $30,000 ÷ ($7 – $2) 6,000 = $30,000 ÷ ($5) As you can see, the theater has a contribution margin

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Warning Signs of a Company in Trouble

When considering an acquisition of, investment in, or employment with a company it is best for your peace of mind, as well as, financially to be aware of indications that the company’s true picture may not be what management would lead you to believe. Warning Signs of a Company in Trouble The surest sign that

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