Industrial buildings and break-even point
This means, if you have a half dozen cases like this in a year, you can expect two of them to fall short of the break-even point
, and four of them to exceed the break-even point
, with the average settling somewhere near the break-even point
Since their adjustments exceed the AMT break-even point
, they would be subject to the AMT.
Using the data from the LACH example, where the unit CM = $250 - $50 or $200 and CM ratio = 80%, the break-even point
in traits = $650,000/$200 or 3,250 patient days.
Using the same data given in Example 1, where unit CM = $250 - $50 = $200 and CM ratio = 80%, we get: break-even point
in units = $650,000/$200 = 3,250 patient days and break-even point
in dollars = $650,000/0.
This break-even point
increases substantially at higher marginal shareholder rates.
In addition, the break-even point
of a bull call is 95 points less than the break-even point
of a long call.
The break-even point
for Airbus Industrie's A3XX superjumbo jet aircraft is apparently less than is expected by industry analysts.
The break-even at cost point is the most commonly used break-even point
, but break-even points
at required return and required return after taxes are now receiving more consideration in profit evaluations.
That is, the break-even point
will be exactly the same whether refinancing costs are paid out of pocket, or financed by increasing the new loan by an amount exactly sufficient to cover these costs.
After each break-even point
is calculated, a graph of the percent amortizable and average amortizable life for each point is generated for each probability factor, yielding five separate curves.
However, the impressive sales figure is still "under the break-even point
," according to Verhoeven.