Break Even Point
Alpin McGregor, freeelance, United Kingdom, Member
Break even point is calculated at a moment in time. It does not cover several periods. If you recalculated break even point at some other time then the improvement will be indicated by a lower break even point. This will have occurred because of one or a combination of the following changes. Selling price has been increased, unit variable cost has decreased, fixed costs have decreased. If break even point is higher (ie deteriated because you need to sell more to break even) then the opposite of the above will have occurred. I think what you are really looking for is the answer supplied by sensitivity analysis.