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(PLEASE USE THE PRESENT VALUE TABLE I SUPPLIED IN THE INSTRUCTOR’S FILES – THIS IS AN EXCEL FILE FOR YOUR REFERENCE INCLUDING A TEMPLATE ON ONE WORKSHEET (TAB), PV OF ANNUITY TABLE ON THE 2ND WORKSHEET (TAB), and PV OF MACRS OF $1 ON 3RD WORKSHEET TAB - THERE ARE TWO TABLES YOU WILL BE USING WHICH INCLUDES THE PV OF ANNUITY TABLE IN THE INSTRUCTORS FILES AND THE ONE INCLUDED IN THIS ANNOUNCEMENT ) The IP 5 may be a little challenging – so I wanted to provide you a little background about Net Present Value as well as a few helpful hints. Document Preview: (PLEASE USE THE PRESENT VALUE TABLE I SUPPLIED IN THE INSTRUCTOR’S FILES – THIS IS AN EXCEL FILE FOR YOUR REFERENCE INCLUDING A TEMPLATE ON ONE WORKSHEET (TAB), PV OF ANNUITY TABLE ON THE 2ND WORKSHEET (TAB), and PV OF MACRS OF $1 ON 3RD WORKSHEET TAB - THERE ARE TWO TABLES YOU WILL BE USING WHICH INCLUDES THE PV OF ANNUITY TABLE IN THE INSTRUCTORS FILES AND THE ONE INCLUDED IN THIS ANNOUNCEMENT ) The IP 5 may be a little challenging – so I wanted to provide you a little background about Net Present Value as well as a few helpful hints. By the way, for the first part of the problem, use table B3 Present Value of an Annuity (page B-11) – EXCEPT it does not give you the percentage for 14% - so use the internet to find a table OR use the Excel formula (email me if you need further guidance) and for the second part of the problem use PV of Annuity table and the table I provided below (also found in the link of original assignment) – Present Value of $1 MACRS Depreciation. Capital budgeting decisions (Chapter 11) should be based on cash flows that are adjusted for the time value of money. The time value of money recognizes that a dollar received or spent in the future is less valuable than a dollar received or spent in the present. Calculations such as the internal rate of return, net present value, and excess present value include adjustments for the time value of money. In these calculations present value factors, financial calculators, or computer software are used to discount the cash flows to their present values (you could also use formulas found in Excel software). Under accrual accounting, revenues and expenses are reported based on accounting principles. This means that revenues are reported when they are earned, and expenses are matched to the periods of the revenue. In other words, revenues and expenses are not reported on the income statement when the money is received or spent. Further, the revenue and expense amounts are not adjusted for the time value... Attachments: Unit-5-IP-tem....xlsx Unit5I.P.docx

 

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