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the net present value as determined by normal discount rate is 10% Full Answer

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Net present value method has value adding-up property Full Answer

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Exchange of benefits in applying the net present value method Full Answer

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It is the Net Present Value function. It is the Net Present Value function. It is the Net Present Value function. It is the Net Present Value function. It is the Net Present Value function. It is the Net Present… Full Answer

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cash method is when you get cash, method is when u give it Full Answer

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Widely used approach for evaluating an investment project. Under the net present value method, the present value (PV) of all cash inflows from the project is compared against the initial investment (I). The http://wiki.answers.com/topic/net-present-value which is the difference between the… Full Answer

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What is presesent value Full Answer

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It is a financial function that finds the Net Present Value of an investment. It is a financial function that finds the Net Present Value of an investment. It is a financial function that finds the Net Present Value of… Full Answer

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Well they both have different properties. You would have to research to find the difference. Full Answer

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by using the basic net present value Full Answer

Internal rate of return, net present value, accounting rate of return and payback method. Full Answer

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The Payback method is one of the investment appraisal methods. Other methods to appraise investments are the Average Rate of Return and the Net Present Value method. Full Answer

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Interpolation method is used to know the exact point or rate of return where NPV(net present value) of investments is zero. Full Answer

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They include; Intrinsic Value Method, Yield Method and Net Asset Method. Full Answer

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