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Capital Budgeting. Decide how to invest money so that its value is maximized. Capital Budgeting Process. Capital budget (investment) proposals are examined on basis of their cash outlays and resulting flow of future benefits over period of time greater than one year. Capital Budgeting Process.

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capital budgeting

Capital Budgeting

Decide how to invest money so that its value is maximized

capital budgeting process
Capital Budgeting Process
  • Capital budget (investment) proposals are examined on basis of their cash outlays and resulting flow of future benefits over period of time greater than one year.
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Capital Budgeting Process
  • Identify alternative investment opportunities and the capital required for each one.

2. Assess organizations ability to generate investment capital for capital budgeting period

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Capital Budgeting Process

3. Measure cash (benefit) flows from alternative capital investment opportunities

  • Evaluate proposals using selected criteria

Increase log inventory to reduce risk of mill downtime during Spring breakup?

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Capital Budgeting Process
  • Select alternatives to fund and implement
  • Review performance for feed-backto decision makers

Buy new skidder to reduce maintenance cost on old one and increase productivity?

criteria to rank alternatives
Criteria to Rank Alternatives
  • Net Present Value
  • Internal Rate of Return
  • Benefit /Cost Ratio
  • Payback Period
notation
Notation
  • ARR – alternative rate of return
  • B - annual nonmarket value, dollars
  • B/C - benefit/cost ratio
  • EAA - equivalent annual annuity
  • IRR - internal rate of return
  • MAR – minimum acceptable rate of return
  • N - project life, years
  • NPV = net present value
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Notation
  • Cy – cost in year y
  • PV - present value
  • r - real interest rate
  • Ry - revenue in year y
  • y - index of years
net present value
Net Present Value

NPV=∑

= ∑

n

Ry

Cy

(1+r)y

(1+r)y

y=0

n

Ry - Cy

(1+r)y

y=0

project d npv
Project D NPV

C0 = - $400/(1.06)0 = - $ 400.00

C5 = - $100/(1.06)5 = - $ 74.73

R15 = $200/(1.06)15 = $ 83.45

R30 = $6,600/(1.06)30 = $1,149.13

NPV = 757.85

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Comparison of PVC and PVR for example

PV of revenues

IRR

PV of costs

net present value guideline
Net Present Value Guideline
  • Project must at least cover the opportunity cost as measured by the minimum acceptable rate of return (MAR) used to calculate present values
  • Project is acceptable if NPV is zero or greater
  • Projects with negative NPV are unacceptable
internal rate of return irr
Internal Rate of Return (IRR)
  • The r that makes NPV = 0
  • Find by iterating over r until NPV = 0
  • Meaning – r that makes PV of costs and PV of revenues equal
irr guideline
IRR Guideline
  • Project is acceptable if its IRR is equal to or greater than the minimum acceptable rate of return (MAR)
  • Relationship to NPV criteria – if MAR is the discount rate (r) used to calculate NPV, then IRR and NPV will accept same projects.
benefit cost ratio
Benefit/Cost Ratio
  • PV (benefits)/PV (costs), or
  • PV (revenues)/PV (expenses)

∑ Ry/(1+r)y

=

∑ Cy/(1+r)y

n

n

y=0

n

y=0

benefit cost ratio guideline
Benefit/Cost Ratio Guideline
  • Accept project if B/C ≥ 1.0
  • If B/C ≥ 1.0 then
    • NPV ≥ 0, and
    • IRR ≥ MAR
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Relationship of NPV, IRR and B/C

IRR

B/C > 1

NPV = 0

B/C < 1

NPV < 0

PV of revenues

PV of costs

payback period
Payback Period
  • Time required for net revenue to equal invested capital
  • Example,
    • Invest $10,000
    • Net revenue is $5,000 per year
    • Payback is 2 years, ($10,000/$5,000)
  • Best used in conjunction with other criteria
ranking projects
Ranking Projects
  • NPV, IRR, and B/C may not rank alternative projects in the same order
  • Additional ranking criteria
    • Mutually exclusive projects – only one can be chosen
    • Independent
      • Opposite of mutually exclusive,
      • Can all be adopted
ranking projects1
Ranking Projects
  • Additional ranking criteria, cont.
    • Divisible – can invest in part of a project
    • Indivisible – all or nothing
timing of cash flows affects rankings
Timing of cash flows affects rankings
  • Alternatives D and N have same total cost and revenue
  • Rankings by NPV and IRR are different depending on MAR
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NPV

NPV project D

NPV same at 6.3%

NPV project N

IRR=14.5%

IRR = 9.7%

Interest Rate

2

4

6

10

14