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References:

M.N.Arrora -Cost and Management Accounting Khan and Jain-Management Accounting Accounting for Management-Dr. Jawahar Lal Management Accounting-I.M.Pandey Cost Accounting for Business ManagersAshish K Bhattacharyya

Cost-Amount incurred to get something/ resources used for the production of goods and services Total Cost-is the total cost of producing unit of product. It is the total of all variable cost and fixed cost incurred to produce the goods.

Types of Costs

Variable Fixed

Mixed

Variable Cost

variable costs change when activity/unit changes.

Total Long Distance Telephone Bill

Your total long distance telephone bill is based on how many minutes you talk.

Minutes Talked

Variable costs per unit do not change as activity/unit increases.

Per Minute Telephone Charge

Minutes Talked

The cost per long distance minute talked is constant. For example, Rs.7 per minute.

Consider Indian Railway. Assume that Tea costs in Indian Railway Rs.3 per person. If the railway carries 2,000 passengers, it will spend Rs 6,000 for Tea services.

Total Variable Costs (thousands)

24

18

12

6 0 1 2 3 4 5

Total fixed costs remain unchanged when activity changes.

Your monthly basic telephone bill probably does not change when you make more calls.

Monthly Basic Telephone Bill

Number of Local Calls

Mixed Costs

Contain fixed portion that is incurred even when facility is unused & variable portion that increases with usage. Example: monthly electric utility charge

Mixed Costs

Total Utility Cost

Variable

Utility Charge Fixed Monthly Utility Charge Activity (Kilowatt Hours)

Marginal Cost

Marginal Cost-is the cost of producing an additional unit of product. It is the total of all variable cost incurred to produce the extra one unit.

Marginal Costing

Marginal Costing Technique is used for short term decision-making. It assumes that fixed costs are not affected by the decision to allocate resources to different activities. Therefore, variable costs are the only relevant cost for decision making. Marginal costing is also known as Variable costing and Direct Costing

Sales - Variable Costs Contribution - Fixed Costs Profit

Example

Mr.Thomas manufacture a device that allows users to take a closer look at icebergs from a ship.

Expected price of the device Rs.1000 Variable costs are Rs700 per unit. He receive a proposal from a company Tiggertol to sell 20,000 units at a price of Rs.850.

There is sufficient capacity to produce the order. How do we analyze this situation? Earning=Rs.850 Rs.700 = Rs.150 Total Earning=Rs.150 20,000 units = Rs.30,00,000

Sales (20,000 x Rs.850) Variable costs (20,000 x Rs.700) Contribution margin Rs.1,70,00000 (1,40,00000) Rs.30,00000

Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis

CVP analysis is an extension of principles of marginal Costing Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis (CVP) is the study of the relationship between selling prices, sales volumes, fixed costs, variable costs and profits at various levels of activity. CVP analysis is used by the management in budgeting and profit planning. CVP analysis is also known as Break even point Analysis

Expenses can be classified as either variable or fixed. Mixed cost have to be divided into fixed and variable elements. Sales prices, unit variable cost, and total fixed expenses will not vary. Synchronisation between production and sales

Objective

Use CVP analysis to compute Contribution Profit Volume Ratio (P/V) Break Even Point Margin of Safety

Sales - Variable Costs Contribution - Fixed Costs Profit

Contribution

The contribution is calculated by following formula: Contribution=Sales-Variable cost (C=S-V) Also, Contribution=Fixed cost + Profit (C=F+P) Or Contribution=Fixed cost Loss (C=F-L) From this the following marginal cost equation is developed S-V = F+P

Example:

If Given Sales =Rs 12000 Variable Cost = Rs 7000 Fixed Cost =Rs. 4000 Find out Contribution and Profit.

Example:

If Given Profit = Rs 1000 Contribution=Rs 5000 Variable Cost = Rs 7000 Find out :Sales and Fixed Cost

P/V ratio= Profit-volume ratio C/S= Contribution to Sales ratio This ratio denotes the percentage of each sales rupee available to cover the fixed cost and to provide income to firm.

P/V Ratio= Contribution Sales = C/S = (S-V)/S By Transposition, we have (i) C=S X P/V ratio (ii) S= C P/V ratio

Example

Sales= Rs 10000 Variable Cost = Rs. 8000 Then P/V Ratio = C/S = (S-V)/S =10000-8000 10000 = 20%

Alternative Formula

P/V ratio= Change in contribution Change in Sales = Change in Profit Change in sales

Example-P/V ratio

Year 2009 2010 Sales 20000 22000 Net Profit 1000 1600

P/V Ratio = Change in Profit Change in Sales = 1600 1000 X 100 = 30% 22000-20000

The unique sales level at which a company earns neither a profit nor incurs a loss. Profit = 0 Sales Total Cost = 0 Sales Variable Costs Fixed Costs = 0

Break-Even Analysis

Break Even Analysis may be performed by the following two methods

a) b)

Algebraic Method

Breakeven point in Sales Rupees = Fixed costs P/V Ratio Breakeven point in units = Fixed costs Contribution per unit

Sales Variable cost Fixed costs Required:

Breakeven point is =

Selling price per unit Variable cost per unit Fixed costs Required:

= 5000 units

Sales revenue at breakeven point = Rs.12 * 5000 = Rs.60000

Suppose that our business would be content with Profit of _________________.(Target Profit) How many units must be sold?

Formula

No. of units to be sold at target profit

= Fixed cost + Target profit Contribution per unit Required sales revenue Fixed cost + Target profit = Contribution to sales ratio

Example

Selling price per unit Variable cost per unit Fixed costs Target profit Required:

No. of units at target profit Fixed cost + Target profit = Contribution per unit Rs.45000 + Rs.18000 = Rs.12 - Rs.3

= 7000 units Required to sales revenue = Rs.12 *7000 = Rs.84000

Alternative method

Required sales revenue Fixed cost + Target profit = Contribution to sales ratio Rs.45000 + Rs.18000 = 75% = Rs.84000 Units sold at target profit = Rs.84000 /Rs.12 = 7000 units

Problem:The following data is given: Fixed Cost Rs. 12000 Selling Price Rs. 12 per unit Variable Cost Rs. 9 per unit What will be the Amount of Sales if it is desired to earn a profit of a) Rs. 6000 b) Rs 15000

Answer

a) b)

Given Break even point=Rs 30000 Profit = Rs. 1500 Fixed Cost = Rs.6000 What is the amount of Variable cost?

Solution

Contribution=Fixed cost + Profit =6000 + 1500=7500 Break-Even Point= Fixed Cost P/V Ratio

P/V Ratio=Contribution/Sales Sales =7500 / 20*100 Sales = 37500 Variable cost=Sales-Contribution =37500-7500 =30000

Problem:The following data is given: Fixed Cost Rs. 12000 Selling Price Rs. 12 per unit Variable Cost Rs. 9 per unit What will be the profit when sales are a) Rs. 60000 b) Rs 100000

Solution

a)

P/V Ratio=C/S=3/12=25% When Sales=Rs 60000 Contribution =Sales x P/V ratio =60000 x 25 % =Rs.15000 Profit = Contribution-Fixed Cost = 15000 12000 = 3000

B) Answer=Rs.13000

Problem

The following information is given: Sales=Rs. 200000 Variable Cost=Rs. 120000 Fixed Cost=Rs. 30000 Calculate a) Break Even Point b) New BEP

a)

b)

c)

If Selling price is reduced by 10% If Variable cost increases by 10% If fixed Cost increases by 10%

Answer

a)

75000

a) b) c)

Home work

Sales=4000 units @ Rs 10 per unit Break Even Point=Rs. 1500 units Fixed Cost= Rs. 3,000 What is the amount of a) Variable Cost b) Profit

Use CVP analysis for profit planning and graph the cost-volume-profit relations

Costs and Revenue in Rupees

Total costs

Volume in Units

Sales Costs and Revenue in Rupees

Volume in Units

Margin of safety

Margin of safety

breakeven sales. Margin of safety is a measure of amount by which the sales may decrease before a company suffers a loss. This can be expressed as a number of units or a percentage of sales

Formula

Margin of safety = Budget sales level breakeven sales level

Margin of safety = Margin of safety *100% Budget sales level

Sales revenue

Total Cost/Revenue Rs.

Profit

Total cost

Sales (units)

Example

The breakeven sales level is at 5000 units. The company sets the target profit at Rs.18000 and the budget sales level at 7000 units Required: Calculate the margin of safety in units and express it as a percentage of the budgeted sales revenue

Margin of safety = Budget sales level breakeven sales level = 7000 units 5000 units = 2000 units Margin of safety = Margin of safety *100 % Budget sales level = 2000 *100 % 7000 = 28.6% The margin of safety indicates that the actual sales can fall by 2000 units or 28.6% from the budgeted level before losses are incurred.

Example

Selling price per unit Rs.12 Variable price per unit Rs.3 Fixed costs Rs.45000 Current profit Rs.18000 If the selling prices is raised from Rs.12 to Rs.13, the minimum volume of sales required to maintain the current profit will be:

If the selling prices is raised from Rs.12 to Rs.13, the minimum volume of sales required to maintain the current profit will be:

Fixed cost + Target profit Contribution per unit Rs.45000 + Rs.18000 Rs.13 - Rs.3 = 6300 units

If the fixed cost fall by Rs.5000 but the variable costs rise to Rs.4 per unit, the minimum volume of sales required to maintain the current profit will be:

Fixed cost + Target profit

= 7250 units

The trading results of Manish Stores for the last two years were as under: Year Sales(Rs.) Profit (Rs) 2005 1440000 108000 2006 1680000 156000 Assuming that the capital structure and the selling price remains the same, calculate

1) 2) 3)

4)

5)

P/V Ratio Break Even Point Margin of Safety of 2005 and 2006 Sales required to earn a desired profit of Rs. 1,80,000 Profit at sales of Rs. 15,00,000

1)P/V Ratio = Change in profit x 100 Change in Sales =156000-108000 x 100= 20% 1680000-1440000 Fixed cost=Contribution-Profit =(1440000x20%)-108000 =288000-108000=Rs.180000

Solution-

Solution2)Break Even Point = Fixed cost P/V Ratio =180000/20% =Rs.900000 3) Margin of Safety = Actual sales BEP Sales Margin of Safety for 2005=1440000-900000 = Rs. 540000 Margin of Safety for 2006=1680000-900000 = Rs. 780000

Solution4) Sales = Fixed cost +Target Profit P/V Ratio = 180000 + 180000 20% = 360000 x100 20 = 1800000

Solution

5) Given, Sales= 1500000 Profit =? Profit = Contribution-Fixed Cost = (Sales x P/V Ratio)-Fixed Cost = (1500000 x 20%) 1800000 = 3000000 1800000 = Rs.1200000

RJM Ltd, has prepared the following budget for the year 2009-10. Sales in units 15000 Fixed Expenses(in Rs) 34000 Sales in Rs. 150000 Variable cost in Rs. 6 per unit

1)Find out P/V ratio, Break even point and Margin of Safety. 2)Calculate the revised P/V ratio, break even point and margin of safety in each of the cases: a) Decrease of 10% in Selling Price b) Increase of 10% in Variable costs c) Increase of Sales Volume by 2000 units d) Increase of Rs. 6000 in Fixed Costs.

Solution

P/V Ratio = Contribution x100 Sales = Sales-V.cost x100 Sales = 150000-90000 x 100 150000 = 60000 x 100 = 40 % 150000

B.E.P = Fixed Expenses P/V Ratio = 34000/.40 = Rs. 85000 M.O.S = Sales B.E.P Sales = 150000 85000 = Rs.65000

Revised P/V Ratio = Contributionx100/ Sales = ( Sales-V.Cost)x100 / Sales = (135000-90000)x100/135000 = 33.33% Revised B.E.P = Fixed Expenses P/V Ratio = 34000/.33 = Rs. 102000 Revised M.O.S = Sales B.E.P Sales = 135000 -102000 =33000

Revised P/V Ratio = Contributionx100/ Sales = ( Sales-V.Cost)x100 / Sales = (150000-99000)x100/150000 = 34% Revised B.E.P = Fixed Expenses P/V Ratio = 34000/.34 = Rs. 100000 Revised M.O.S = Sales B.E.P Sales = 150000 -100000 =50000

Revised P/V Ratio = Contributionx100/ Sales = ( 170000-V.Cost)x100 / 170000 = (170000-102000)x100/170000 =( 68000/170000) x 100=40% Revised B.E.P = Fixed Expenses P/V Ratio = 34000/40% = Rs. 85000 Revised M.O.S = Sales B.E.P Sales = 170000 -85000 =Rs.85000

Revised P/V Ratio = Contributionx100/ Sales = ( Sales-V.Cost)x100 / Sales = (150000-90000)x100/150000= 40% Revised B.E.P = Fixed Expenses P/V Ratio = 40000/.40 = Rs. 100000 Revised M.O.S = Sales B.E.P Sales = 150000 -100000 =50000

Problem

Alpha Company Budgeted for the year 2010 sales of Rs. 5,00,000 (Selling price being Rs. 20 per unit), Fixed Costs Rs. 1,80,000 and variable costs Rs. 2,60,000. Find out break even point a) taking into consideration the budgeted figure and b) assuming 20% increase in Fixed Cost. Also draw a break even Chart

Solution

P/V Ratio = Contributionx100/ Sales = ( Sales-V.Cost)x100 / Sales = (500000-260000)x100/500000 = 48% Break Even Point = Fixed Expenses P/V Ratio = 180000/48% = Rs. 375000 B.E.P (in units) = 375000/20=18750 units

P/V = 48%

Break Even Point = Fixed Expenses P/V Ratio = 180000x 1.20/48% = 216000/48% = Rs.450000 B.E.P in units=450000/20= 22500 units

Use CVP analysis for profit planning and graph the cost-volume-profit relations

Costs and Revenue in Rupees

Total costs

Volume in Units

Sales Costs and Revenue in Rupees

Volume in Units

0 5 180 180

Variable Cost

0 52

Sales 0 100

10

15 20 25 30

180

180 180 180 180

104

156 208 260 312

284

336 382 440 492

200

300 400 500 600

Marginal Costing

The following are some of the managerial decision which are taken with the help of marginal costing technique Fixation of Selling Prices Exploring new market/outsourcing Make or buy decisions Alternative methods of production and Suspending activities i.e closing down

The bins and tins limited produces and markets industrial containers and packing cases. Due to competition the company proposes to reduce the selling price. If the present level of profits is to maintained, indicate the number of units to be sold if the proposed reduction in selling price is a)5%, b) 10% and c) 15%. The following additional information is available. Present Sales Turnover(30000)units 300000 Variable Cost (30000 units) 180000 Fixed Cost 70000 -250000 Net Profit 50000

Answer

At At At At

present price = 30000 units 5% = 34286 units 10 % = 40000 units 15 % = 48000 units

Case Study-2

XY Co. sold in two successive years 7000 and 9000 units and incurred a loss of Rs. 10000 and earned Rs. 10000 as profit respectively, The selling price per unit is Rs 100. You are required to find out:a)Amount of fixed cost, b)the number of units to break even and c) the no. of units to earn a profit of Rs. 50000

Answer

a)Fixed Cost = 80000 b)B. E. P = 8000 units c) 13000 units

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