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Internal Rate of Return Decision Criterion

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A company has estimated that a proposed $10,000 investment will generate $3,250 for each of the next four years. Their required rate of return is 9%. Using internal rate of return as a decision criterion, determine whether or not this proposal should be accepted.

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The solution computes IRR for a proposal and determine whether or not this proposal should be accepted.

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Application: A Letter to the Board of Directors
Decisions involving capital expenditures often require managers to weight the costs and benefits of different options related to the same goal or project. For instance, deciding whether to replace, repair, or do nothing to existing equipment is a capital expenditure decision that involves calculations, projections, and deliberations. Managers must be able to quantitatively analyze different options for capital expenditures to make the best decisions for their organization.
For this Assignment, review the information in the scenario presented. You will utilize the information in this week's resources and media to make a recommendation in regard to a capital expenditure.

Garrison Appliances, Inc. is considering expanding its international presence. It sells 25% of all the toaster ovens sold in the United States but only 3% of the toaster ovens sold outside of the United States. The organization believes that it can sell more of its product if it has a production facility located overseas. Estimates concerning two possible locations, Mumbai and Bangalore, India follow:

Possible Location Mumbai Bangalore
Initial cash outlay $2,800,000 $2,800,000
Useful life 20 years 20 years

Net cash inflows excluding depreciation
$1,100,000 $1,100,000
The cost of capital 9% 9%
Tax rate 40% 40%

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Part 1: Prepare a spreadsheet using Excel or a similar program in which you compute the following for each proposed location:
Accounting rate of return on investment
Payback
Net present value

Internal rate of return Note: Be sure to view the media for this week before starting this Assignment.
Part 2: Utilizing Word or another word processing software program, prepare a written report for the Board of Directors:
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Select the one location you recommend the Board invest in. Explain your rationale.

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