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    Calculating the NPV in the given case

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    A project has annual cashflows of $10,500 for the next three years and then $20,000 each year for the following 12 years. The IRR for this project is 11%. It's WACC is 9%. What is the project NPV? (The IRR enables you to calculate the initial investment, because it's the discount rate at which the NPV of a project is equal to 0. The project's inflows can be evaluated at the IRR and the present value of these inflows must equal to the initial investment.)

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    Problem: A project has annual cashflows of $10,500 for the next three years and then $20,000 each year for the following 12 years. The IRR for this project is 11%. It's WACC is 9%. What is the project NPV? (The IRR enables you to calculate the initial investment, because it's the discount rate at which the NPV of a project is equal to 0. The project's inflows can be evaluated at the IRR ...

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    This solution depicts the steps to estimate the NPV in the given case. It provides calculations of cash flow and present value in chart form in an Excel spreadsheet.

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