Your firm is evaluating a capital budgeting project. The estimated cash flows appear below. The board of directors wants to know the expected impact on shareholder wealth. Knowing that the estimated impact on shareholder wealth equates to net present value (NPV), you use your handy calculator to compute the value. What is the project’s NPV?
Assume that the cash flows occur at the end of each year. The discount rate (i.e., required rate of return, hurdle rate) is 19.4%. (Round to nearest penny) Year 0 cash flow -113,000 Year 1 cash flow 42,000 Year 2 cash flow 31,000 Year 3 cash flow 34,000 Year 4 cash flow 38,000 Year 5 cash flow 27,000. Get Finance homework help