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Corporate Finance to Pay for Taxes

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A) How would not having to pay taxes impact our future cash flows? Would the depreciation tax shield offset the actual tax cost? How would this impact a project's Net Profit Value (NPV)?

B) In what ways do operating risk and financial risk impact the required return (cost of capital) of a potential project?

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The expert examines corporate finance. The expert determines how not having to pay taxes impacts the future cash flows. The deoreciation tax shields offsetting the actual cost are examined.

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Not having to pay taxes means higher free cash flows resulting from the project. This means therefore that future cash flows will ...

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