Analyze the breakeven point for Competition Bikes Inc

Discuss the potential consequences if the effective change is not adopted.
December 25, 2020
Briefly describe the stages of a quality life cycle.
December 25, 2020


Competition Bikes Inc. has retooled and is making both the CarbonLite and the Titanium frame bikes. The company vice president directed that a cost study be conducted, and an activity-based costing analysis was undertaken in one of the company plants. After the study, a breakeven analysis was completed along with target profit projections.

For this task, you will be using the attached “Competition Bikes Inc.” storyline.


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A.  Prepare a summary report to the vice president of the company in which you do the following: 1.  Recommend whether the company should change its costing method to activity-based costing.

Note: The discussion should include sufficient financial justification for the recommendation made.

2.  Based on an evaluation of cost-volume-profit, do the following: a.  Analyze the breakeven point for Competition Bikes Inc. with regard to sales units and sales dollars for both CarbonLite and Titanium bikes. b.  Prepare a summary report that describes the impacts to the breakeven point if company management needed to increase the cost of direct materials by 10% cost increase and needed to add $50,000 in fixed costs to the production facility.

B.  When you use sources, include all in-text citations and references in APA format.

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