The company Nobleza SA is carrying out an analysis to determine the break-even point of the company. The company is dedicated to the sale of living room furniture, with a single style that has been well received in the market. For the elaboration of one of the pieces of furniture, the following costs are required Raw materials Ȼ175,000 Direct labor Ȼ125,000 Indirect costs Ȼ 42,000 The sale price of the piece of furniture is Ȼ 445,000. For the work of the company, it is necessary to pay the rent for the facilities, which has a monthly cost of Ȼ450,000, office staff, which has a cost of Ȼ1,500,000, and public services for Ȼ210,000. office supplies and materials for Ȼ150,000, other administration and support services for Ȼ250,000 It is necessary to determine Calculate the break-even point with the current structure of costs and expenses that the company has. Determine the break-even point if there will be a change in the price level, decreasing by 25% and increasing by 25% Determine the break-even point is with the current price, you would like to obtain a utility after taxes of 1,500 ,000 colones. Part B In the same way, the company Nobleza SA is considering including another series of products in its catalog and thereby seeking an expansion of its operations. measure that would show a cost structure as follows Concept Dining room set Colonial living room set Colonial storage room 4 doors Labor Ȼ 75,000 Ȼ90,000 Ȼ85,000 Raw Material Ȼ85,000 Ȼ120,000 Ȼ150,000 Indirect Costs Ȼ25,000 Ȼ25,000 Ȼ35,000 Price Ȼ 240,000 Ȼ 310,000 Ȼ 351,000 With the entry of the new products, it is expected that they will have a share in sales as follows: Living room furniture 45% Dining room set 20% Colonial room set 25% Tratero colonial 10% With the expansion of the product catalog of would see an increase in current sales, administration and support expenses by 28%. With these data, the following is requested: Determine the break-even point with including the new product lines Determine the break-even point if the new product lines will represent only 10% each, in their participation in sales. Determine the break-even point if the price of all product lines is increased by 15%. Determine the break-even point if the price of the new product lines decreases by 12%. Determine the break-even point, returning to the original prices, if it is expected to have a profit before taxes equivalent to two million colones Determine the break-even point, returning to the original prices, if it is expected to have a profit after taxes equivalent to two million colones What would you recommend to the client?

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