# Tag Archives: Net Present Value

## NPV Decision Rule | Capital Budgeting Techniques

NPV Decision Rules  – Capital Budgeting Techniques Net Present Value is defined as the present value of all expected cash flows generated by the project minus present value of the cost of the project. Net Present Value = Present value of all expected cash inflows – Present value of the cost of the project

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## How to Calculate NPV | Capital Budgeting Techniques

How to Calculate Net Present Value For example we are planning of starting a business of producing and selling pesticides. We can estimate the initial cost with reasonable accuracy because we know what we will need to buy to begin production. Would this be a good investment? It depends, whether its value exceeds its initial cost or… Read More »

## Net Present Value (NPV) Formula and Example

How to Calculate Net Present Value using Excel? The calculation of net present value is used when a business has to identify a viable investment opportunity. There are many ways to calculate the NPV. The simplest way is:                  By Use of NPV function in Excel: The NPV function consists of the following arguments: =NPV (Rate, FCF… Read More »

## Net Present Value

Net Present Value Net Present Value measures the difference between present value of future cash inflows generated by a project and cash outflows during a specific period of time. With a help of net present value, we can figure out an investment that is expected to generate positive cash flows. In order to calculate the… Read More »