capital budgeting

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Net Present Value Method

See also: Valuation Methods Adjusted Present Value Method Internal Rate of Return Method Time Value of Money Capital Budgeting Methods Rule of 72 Net Present Value Definition Net Present Value (NPV) is defined as the present value of the future net cash flows from an investment project. NPV is one of the main ways to evaluate

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Capital Structure Management

See Also: Balance Sheet Cost of Capital Capital Asset Pricing Model Capital Budgeting Methods Net Present Value Method Capital Expenditures Organizational Structure Capital Structure Management A company’s capital structure refers to the combination of its various sources of funding. Most companies are funded by a mix of debt and equity, including some short-term debt, some

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Capital Budgeting Phases

See Also: Capital Budgeting Methods Capital Budgeting Phases The phases of the capital budgeting process include the following: Description of the need or opportunity Identification of alternatives Evaluation of the options and the relevant cash flows of each Selection of best alternative Conducting a post-completion audit of the projects. Examples To identify capital projects, refer

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Capital Budgeting Methods

See Also: Capital Budgeting Phases Cost of Capital Discount Rates NPV Net Present Value Cost of Capital Funding Capital Budgeting Methods Definition Most small to medium sized companies have no idea how to approach capital investments. They treat it as if it were an operating budget decision rather than a long-term, strategic decision that will

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Capital Budgeting Methods

Capital Budgeting Methods “Most small to medium sized companies have no idea how to approach capital investments. They treat it as if it were an operating budget decision rather than a long-term, strategic decision that will impact their cash flow, efficiency of their daily operations, income statement, and taxable income for years to come. They

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