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Should you accept a project that costs $125,000 initially, and provides cash flows of $45,000, $60,000 and $75,000 for the following three years, given that the project has the same risk as another project that requires an initial investment of $50,000 and requires an annual cash flow of $9,000 forever to financially break-even?

Answer #1

Same risk project will help to determine the rate of return applicable | ||

Initial outlay | 50000 | |

Inflow forever | 9000 | |

Rate of return= | 9000/50000 | |

Rate of return= | 18.000% |

18.00% | |||

Year | Cash Flow | PV factor = 1/ (1+r)^t | PV |

0 | (125,000) | 1.000 | (125,000.00) |

1 | 45,000 | 0.847 | 38,135.59 |

2 | 60,000 | 0.718 | 43,091.07 |

3 | 75,000 | 0.609 | 45,647.32 |

NPV | 1,873.97 | ||

Since NPV is positive, the project should be accepted |

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