# Internal Rate of Return on a Project

The Golf Range is considering adding an additional driving range to its facility. The range would cost $76,000, would be depreciated on a straight line basis over its 7-year life, and would have a zero salvage value. The anticipated income from the project is $34,000 a year with $14,400 of that amount being variable cost. The fixed cost would be $16,200. The firm believes that it will earn an additional $13,000 a year from its current operations should the driving range be added. The project will require $2,000 of net working capital, which is recoverable at the end of the project. What is the internal rate of return on this project at a tax rate of 34 percent?

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See attached Excel file for format and formulas.

Initial investment

Cost of driving range $76,000

Net working capital $2,000

Total initial investment $78,000

Annual operating cash flows - years 1 to 7

Revenues

Income ...

#### Solution Summary

This solution helps find the internal rate of return on a project at a tax rate of 34 percent.