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Economy Money Finance Corporate finance Investment Mathematical finance Management accounting Cash flow Internal rate of return Capital budgeting Depreciation Rate of return
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.. don t think it was in test) Free Cash flows Net Operating Working Capital = Current Assets - Current Liabilities NOWC = CA - CL (if NOWC > 0; it s a capital outflow) Free Cash Flows = operating cash flows - capital investment ignore financing costs e.g. interest expense depreciation sunk costs e.g. research you ve already done include opportunity costs e.g. rent you could ve earned side effects e.g. lost profit in other product NOWC e.g. increased inventory cost of fixed asset e.g. purchase, delivery, etc. overhead costs (IF AND ONLY IF, it is caused directly by taking the project) Inflation Use real rates for real cash flows, and nominal rates for nominal cash flows Fisher effect: (1 + nominal rate) = (1 + real rate)(1 + inflation rate) Disposal of depreciable assets salvage price (selling price) salvage price > book value = gain = tax liability...
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