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An investment, which is worth 44,500 dollars and has an expected return of 13.27 percent, is expected to pay fixed annual cash flows for a given amount of time. The first annual cash flow is expected in 1 year from today and the last annual cash flow is expected in 5 years from today. What is the present value of the annual cash flow that is expected in 3 years from today?

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Answer #1

**(1)** Present Value of Fixed Annual Cash Flows =
Current Worth of the Investment = $ 44500

Expected Return = 13.27 %, Tenure of Fixed Annual Cash Flows = 5 years

Let the fixed annual cash flows be $ P

Therefore, 44500 = P x (1/0.1327) x [1-{1/(1.1327)^(5)}]

P = 44500 / 3.4942 = $ 12735.45

Present Value of the Fixed Annual Cash Flow coming in at the end of Year 3 = 12735.45 / (1.1327)^(3) = $ 8763.34

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