Episode 165: How to Calculate the Internal Rate of Return | Part 2

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  1. Alanis Business Academy says:

    Check out our latest lesson: How To Calculate the Internal Rate of Return |
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  2. Hex Escoba says:

    Thank you for putting these kind videos up. 🙂 

  3. WAGDY AHMED ALY says:

    very helpful professional lectures , many thanks.

  4. Daniel Debs says:

    I have tried this method with many different discount rates using the same
    given above but haven’t been able to come up with the exact rate of 16.49%
    taking rounding into account. This method only applies when the second NPV
    is close to zero in comparison with the given. 

  5. Kamran Ahmed says:

    And if the cash flows are even, you can apply shortcut for calculating IRR.
    Just use payback period formula, i.e Initial Investment/After tax Net cash
    inflow. Consider the answer as Present Value Annuity Interest factor. Now
    locate this value in PVAF table, and in the row (year), look at the top of
    the column for the IRR.

    Just my 2 cents. 

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