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    Cash Flow Scenario and Annuity Due

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    Is there an easy or short cut to answering the question below? I need to verify my answer. I used the formula 1/(1.021). Thanks

    Cash Flow Scenario: Lease. Annual payments of $50,000 paid at the beginning of each of the next five years (total of $250,000). What is the NPV of all lease payments?

    year 1 NPV $50,000
    year 2 NPV $48,972
    year 3 NPV $47,964
    year 4 NPV $46,978
    year 5 NPV $46,012
    Total: $239,925

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    This would be an annuity due (the difference between annuity due and normal annuity is that annuity due ...

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    This solution explanation of the annuity due formula for calculation of cash flow scenarios.

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