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Week 9 Final Exam Notes - Cash Flows and Project Risk

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Lecture 9: Incremental Cash Flows and Project Risk Analysis Accounting vs. Finance Variables

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Week 9 Final Exam Notes - Cash Flows and Project Risk
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Economy Finance Money Fundamental analysis Corporate finance Management accounting Asset Investment Cash flow Depreciation Earnings before interest, taxes, and depreciation Working capital
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Economy Finance Money Fundamental analysis Corporate finance Management accounting Asset Investment Cash flow Depreciation Earnings before interest, taxes, and depreciation Working capital
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• Accruals are economic/business transactions that entail delayed cash flow implications (depreciation, distributed/prorated revenue recognition, account payables and account receivables, etc). Accounting makes heavy use of Accruals, which may not reflect the size and timing of real cash flows. • In sum, accountants attempt to give a snap shot view of firm performance. • Financial managers, however, attempt to measure the size and the timing of cash flows for the purpose of valuing projects and managing risks and lean more heavily toward ensuring all relevant cash flows are considered. Proper Method for NPV: Use cash flows when they occur and discount them with the appropriate cost of capital. Do not use accounting profits. Discount Cash Flows, Not Profits ________________ Major Cash...
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