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Net Present Value Calculator

Use this calculator to find Net Present Value, based off expected annual growth, cash flow over a variable number of years, and separations of cash flow between investments and operations. This calculator will help you determine the attractiveness of a company by seeing how much it would be worth if you wanted to buy it today! You can start by taking an existing company and filling in the company’s costs (or Cash flow from Operations) and what the company makes (or Cash flows from Investing). You can then play around with the Weighted Average Cost of capital, expected annual growth and see what the company is worth today!

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1 of 3) Based on the following scenario, what is the NPV of XYZ inc.? Expected annual growth: 11%, Weighted average cost of Capital: 19%. Years of clash flow to include: 34 years. Cash flow from operations: $457,234 in total. Cash flow from investing: -$34,250

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3 of 3) Based on the following scenario, what is the NPV of ABC inc.? Expected annual growth: 10.5%, Weighted average cost of capital: 19.9%. Years of cash flow to include: 25 years. Cash flow from operations: $850,000 in total, Cash flow from investing: -$14,750 in total

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