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XIRR: Calculating internal rate of return for irregular cash flows

XIRR: Calculating internal rate of return for irregular cash flows: Excel 2016: Financial Functions in Depth
XIRR: Calculating internal rate of return for irregular cash flows: Excel 2016: Financial Functions in Depth

Many businesses take cash flows from several sources, such as asset sales or retail revenues, to fund other investments. These revenues don’t always come in on a regular monthly or annual schedule, so you can’t use the IRR function to calculate internal rate of return. Instead, you can use the XIRR function to calculate the internal rate of return for cash flows that occur at irregular intervals.

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