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IRR: Calculating internal rate of return

IRR: Calculating internal rate of return: Excel 2016: Financial Functions in Depth
IRR: Calculating internal rate of return: Excel 2016: Financial Functions in Depth

Calculating an investment’s internal rate of return enables you to identify the interest rate at which the investment future cash flows have a net present value of zero. In other words, your formula tells you the discount rate at which you would break even on a given investment. If the IRR formula returns a value greater than the interest rate of risk-free investments, you should take the plunge.

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Business Spreadsheets Excel Microsoft Office

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