Break-Even Point

In finance, the term “break-even point” denotes a threshold above which an enterprise becomes profitable.

A business reaches its break-even point at the time when it first earns enough revenue to cover its expenses.

An investment reaches its break-even point when returns match invested capital.

A product reaches its break-even point when revenues generated by the product match total investments in the development and marketing of the product.

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