Margin profitability analysis provides relevant decision-making information for setting prices, product design, and product profitability. Analysis of whether to open or close locations or divisions can also be done with marginal profitability analysis.
In this webinar, Rob Stephens, CPA will define marginal costs and marginal profits and then explain how to calculate marginal profitability. You will learn how to create cost-volume-profit (CVP) analyses and break-even analysis. Marginal profitability is compared to traditional full absorption product costing or activity-based costing to identify the pros and cons of each method and when each is appropriate.
- Identify the definitions of marginal costs and marginal profitability
- Recognize how to use a cost-volume-profit analysis and breakeven analysis
- Identify the pros and cons of using marginal profitability analysis, activity-based costing, and traditional full absorption costing.
Who Should Attend
CPAs, accounting/finance professionals who work with managerial or cost accounting.
Rob Stephens is the Founder of CFO Perspective, where he provides financial consulting and education to small businesses. He has been quoted in Forbes, U.S. News and World Report, Business Insider, Business News Daily, and many other news sources. Rob has a 20-year career that includes serving as CFO for two banks and a health clinic system. He was also Director of Operations at a $4 Billion bank and SVP of Finance of a $2 Billion credit union, where he was Program Manager of an investment advisory group with $170 Million in assets under management. Rob is an adjunct instructor for the MBA program at Gonzaga University.
Rob holds a Masters of Science in Personal Financial Planning and a Graduate Certificate in Fin... Read more
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Monday, December 11, 2023
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