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This calculator is designed to help a business to
determine the point at which a product or service becomes profitable.
It can also be used to calculate total profits from a sales scenario, the optimal
price for the product or service and help a business to assess the
benefits of various business proposals.
THIS IS A JAVA-BASED CALCULATOR. Recent changes to Java security
make it harder to run on some browsers. You may simply need to authorize Java to run this calculator. Alternatively, you may need to
log into your Java Control Panel and adjust your security settings to allow Java to run. Please see below for instructions if you
need help with this process. Unfortunately it won't run at all on Google Chrome.
Enter your fixed and variable costs for a product or service
together with expected prices and sales volumes.
Click once on the "Calculate" button to
calculate your result.
Click once on the "Full Report" button to
see a detailed breakdown of the calculations.
Close this window to return to the Tools page.
The Microsoft Edge browser will not run Java, however you can open this
calculator in Internet Explorer. Select the More option (...) located at the top of the Edge browser and click on Open with Internet
To adjust your Java security settings, please go to Windows Control
Panel then click "Java". You can also access Java security settings through Apps->Java->Configure Java.
Under the "Security" tab, click "Edit Site List" then click "Add". Enter http://www.calculatorweb.com/
then click "OK", "Continue" then "OK" again. You may need to reload the page for the changes to take effect.
Variable Unit Cost:
Costs that vary directly with the production of one additional unit.
The sum of all costs required to produce the first unit of a product. This amount does not
vary as production increases or decreases.
Expected Unit Sales:
Number of units of the product that are projected to be sold over a specific period of
Price per Unit:
The amount of money charged for each unit of a product or service.
Total Variable Costs:
The product of expected unit sales and variable unit cost.
(Variable Unit Cost x Expected Unit Sales)
Total of all Costs:
The sum of the fixed and total variable costs for any given level of production.
(Total Variable Cost + Fixed Cost)
Total product of expected unit sales and price per unit.
(Price x Expected Unit Sales)
Profit (or Loss):
The financial gain (or loss) resulting from revenues after subtracting all associated
(Total Revenues - Total Costs)
Number of units required to be sold in order to produce a profit of zero.
(Breakeven = Fixed Cost / (Price per Unit - Variable Unit Cost))
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