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Suppose you have to establish a new company. Suggest in which item or items company should deal. How much sale of the item is required in order to reach at break even point depending on the suggested price of item, production capacity, fixed and variable cost associated with the item? Businesses have to plan for the future. Since equipment breaks down or wears out, business owners have to have the money to replace the equipment. In addition, money might be set aside for retirement benefits for their employees. Suggest if the company need to set aside the lump sum of money that will collect interest or company should purchase annuities. Support your suggestion with argument.

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