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Calculating internal rate of return for mixed cash flows (MIRR)

Calculating internal rate of return for mixed cash flows (MIRR): Excel 2013: Financial Functions in Depth
Calculating internal rate of return for mixed cash flows (MIRR): Excel 2013: Financial Functions in Depth

Investing money can become quite complicated. For example, you might need to borrow the money you invest in some other project. You could also reinvest any proceeds from the project. If you need to calculate the internal rate of return for a series of mixed cash flows, you can use the MIRR function.

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