point in which any difference between advantage or minus or equivalent modifications part.
also break-even; often with point, 1938, from break (v.) + even (adv.). The spoken expression within the financial feeling is taped from 1914.
to see neither gain nor loss, neither benefit nor detriment. "During the 12 months my profile had been substantially down, but because of some gains close to the end of the year it had been in a position to attain breakeven." See also breakeven point and breakeven evaluation.