Break-Even Chart


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Break-Even Chart

A chart onto which two lines are plotted, one representing a company's costs and the other representing its revenue. The point where the two lines intersect is the company's breakeven point.
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Another weakness is that particular parts of chapters, for instance, preparing a break-even chart, would probably be better placed earlier within the initial financial planning chapter (which is included within the second part of the book (Getting Into Business), rather than its present inclusion within the third part (Operating the Going Concern).
Chapters feature case studies, break-even charts, activities, and suggested further reading.