ACCT 614 – 1403 A – 02
Colorado Technical University
To: EEC President
Company Memo This memo has been constructed for the purpose of reporting information the president of the company in reflection the purchasing of a supplier in the near future. It reflects information concerning Calculate Net Present (NPV), Internal Rate of Return (IRR), along with the payback of the investment opportunity. In this company memo the following information will be discussed:
$500,000 savings per year for the next 10 years.
EEC’s cost of capital/14%.
EEC’s purchase of the supplying company for $ 2 million.
The focus of EEC’s investment of the purchasing of the supplier is to cut down on…show more content… EEC calculated the amount of time involved the anticipation of its cost ($3 million). The timeline in recovering their cost of investment ($2 million) initially for the foundation of this investment any profit made in the future of this investment will be justified as a profit for the company. If EEC can anticipate a fast return on its investment it is a profitable wise decision in making the investment financial, it is considered to be an easier way of formulating investments financially. On the basis of one year all cash flows is added together equal to the sum of $2 million originally invested, then it is divided by the annual cash flow of $500,000. The calculation of the payback period would equal four years. After this time frame any financial proceeds will be considered profitable for the company. I conclude that the timeframe is adequate in comparison of the investment in this worthwhile investment financial venture for the company.
Changes/Investment Opportunity Now we want to examine the analysis business report concerning the cost of capital that has been increased at 28% in accordance with the Net Present Value which is $500,000 the question being would still be worth it to make the investment to the company (Needles, 2010). While at the same time the internal rate of return is still at 21% which is lower than the 25% in the expenditures. In reflection of these calculations the investment would not