# Calculation of Internal rate of return (IRR) for Berkshire's investment in GEICO

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'Using the GEICO dividend Payment history in Exhibit 8 of the case, calculate the IRR on Berkshire's $45.7M investment in GEICO (assuming it was all)in 1976 which grew in value to $1.909 billion by 1994.'

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The Internal Rate of Return (IRR) of a Capital Budgeting project is the discount rate at which the Net Present Value (NPV) of a project equals zero. The IRR decision rule specifies that all independent projects with an IRR greater than the cost of capital should be accepted. When choosing among mutually exclusive ...

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