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help please?!?!? desperate
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help !
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I'm not an accountant, but if you tell me what you want and pay me enough I might do it.
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Might be able to help!
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What is your query?
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You didn't try to avoid paying tax again did you?
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i need to answer this question, i understand the first bit but the writing in red confuses me
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Check Fred’s workings (highlighted in red below) and explain the results of an investment appraisal of the initial equipment, fixtures and renovation and conversion costs.Fred has used a cost of capital of 15% and assumed that in each of years 1-5 the business sells the projected 40,000 units at the projected prices of £1.50 per unit.
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You didn't try to avoid paying tax again did you?
thats our secret!!! damn you!!!
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Might be able to help!
(Original post by Melancholy)
What is your query?
question above

thanks guys!
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Could answer this using my mad actuary skillz


but my girl is here
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(Original post by Mahmoud X)
Could answer this using my mad actuary skillz


but my girl is here
i forgot to laugh
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i forgot to laugh
I presume you are given the timings and that the discount factors are rates which you use to obtain the present value of each cashflow? Then you sum them to find the net present value.


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I presume you are given the timings and that the discount factors are rates which you use to obtain the present value of each cashflow? Then you sum them to find the net present value.


i dont know what timings u mean
and its the calculation im confused with
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i dont know what timings u mean
and its the calculation im confused with
I presume for example there is one payment of (-)40,000 (it says on the left but the pic does not show it)

What was this payment made?
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I feel bad about trolling, if you post a proper pic which shows me the timings of the cashflows I will explain what the red parts mean.
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