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An investment project costs $24706 and has annual cash flows of $10692 for six years. What is the discounted payback period if the discount rate is 5 percent? (Enter 0 if the project never pays back. Round your answer to 2 decimal places. (e.g., 32.16))

Answer #1

Year | Cash flows | Present value@5% | Cumulative Cash flows |

0 | (24706) | (24706) | (24706) |

1 | 10692 | 10182.86 | (14523.14) |

2 | 10692 | 9697.96 | (4825.18) |

3 | 10692 | 9236.15 | 4410.97 |

4 | 10692 | 8796.33 | 13207.3 |

5 | 10692 | 8377.46 | 21584.76 |

6 | 10692 | 7978.54 | 29563.3(Approx). |

Hence discounted Payback period=Last period with a negative cumulative cash flow+(Absolute value of cumulative cash flows at that period/Cash flow after that period).

2+(4825.18/9236.15)

=**2.52 years(Approx).**

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