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|DCF Model, Discount Rate, IRR (Internal Rate of Return), NPV (Net Present Value), Payback Period, Profitability Analysis, WACC (Weighted Average Cost of Capital)|
The capital budgeting model is constructed to evaluate potential major projects or investments that would require capital budgeting before they are approved or rejected, it helps CEO, CFO, and entrepreneurs to assess a prospective project’s cash flow to determine whether the potential returns that would be generated meet a sufficient target benchmark.
The capital budgeting model allows the user to calculate the net present value (NPV), internal rate of return (IRR), regular payback, discounted payback, and profitability index from a simple cash flow stream with a dynamic investment decision.
The model helps the users to avoid failure or going out of business and improve the power for knowing the numbers to make business decisions.
Update the general info in the Front Page
Enter the initial investment in the green cells on cell C8 & C9
Enter the discount rate element in the green cells from cell C19 to cell C27
Enter the cash flow in the green cells from cell E13 to cell N13, this model is for a maximum of 10 years of investment
Weighted average cost of capital or Discount rate
Regular payback period
Discounted payback period
Net present value NPV
Internal rate of return IRR
Profitability index PI
Investment criteria and decision
Capital budgeting ranking between a small firm and big firm
Dashboard with 3 scenario analysis by choosing the selection box showing on top on the chart
Conclusion and customization
Highly versatile, very sophisticated financial template and user-friendly.
If you have any inquiries, modification requests to help customize the model for your business, please reach me through: [email protected]
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