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Maryanne M. Mowen + 2 others
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7th Edition
Maryanne M. Mowen + 2 others
ISBN: 9781337115773
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Internal Rate of Return

Lisun Company produces a variety of gardening tools and aids. The company is examining the possibility of investing in a new production system that will reduce the costs of the current system. The new system will require a cash investment of $4,607,200 and will produce net cash savings of $800,000 per year. The system has a projected life of 9 years.

Required:

Calculate the IRR for the new production system.

To determine

Compute the IRR for the new production system.

Explanation

Internal Rate of Return:

An interest rate at which the present value of an investment’s cash inflows is equal to the present value cost of the investment is known as internal rate of return. The value of NPV is 0 in case of an internal rate of return.

Use the following formula to calculate discount factor:

Discountfactor=InvestmentAnnualcash

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