Cost Volume Profit sebagai Alat Bantu Penyusunan RKAP PG Jatiroto

Dyah Puspasari • Mudrihatul Fadilah
Journal article Jurnal Online Insan Akuntan • 2017

Abstract

 The success of management can be measured by the ability to earn corporate profits. Profit itself is influenced by several factors, namely price per unit, sales volume, production costs. The linkage of these factors is: the cost incurred determines the selling price of the product to achieve the desired profit level, the selling price affects the sales volume, while the sales volume affects the production volume, and the production volume affects the cost. Short Term Plan of the company or often known as the Work Plan and Corporate Budget (RKAP), in which there is a projected profit or loss or profit target that has been planned along with the planned costs to be incurred. These costs are disaggregated based on their behavior, ie fixed costs and variable costs. Management requires information to assess the range of possibilities that result in projected future profits. This study uses Cost Volume Profit analysis which is used as a tool for preparing RKAP PG Jatiroto by knowing the breakeven point of the product and knowing how much the maximum decrease of sales or production of PG Jatiroto that allowed the company not to lose. This research uses two output analysis Cost Volume Profit, that is Break Even Point analysis and Margin of Safety analysis. Based on the research results can be concluded that the year 2015 Break Even Point PG Jatiroto is 22,313.3 tons of sugar or Rp.167.349.535.049, while Margin of Safety showed 66%. So that PG Jatiroto did not suffer any loss or profit with production of 22,313.3 tons of sugar, and production decline which was tolerated 66% from RKAP in order not to lose.   Keywords: Break Even Point, Cost Volume Profit, Margin of Safety, RKAP

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