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FIN 221 Lecture 6
CH 11
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Cash Flows and Capital Budgeting
Reminder
• 26
th
April, next Monday is a public holiday.
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If you are in one of the Monday classes, you can go
to any tutorial during the week.
Relevant Reading Chapters
• 11.1
• 11.2
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5 general rules …calculations
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Nominal vs real cash flows
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Computing Terminal
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year FCF
Computing Terminal year FCF
(Ignore the discussion related to
MACRS)
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11.4
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Projects with Different lives
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Cash Flow
Cash Flow
Cash Flow
PV
PV
PV
(1+i)
n
R
(1+k)
n
Cost of capital
Sample Worksheet for NPV analysis
Application of the NPV method
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Estimation of cash flows is critical then how?
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Know what to Include/Exclude in Cashflows:
– Use Cashflows
not accounting income
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l d id ff
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– Include side effects
– Include opportunity costs
– Ignore sunk costs
– Exclude financing charges
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Application of the NPV method
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Only
incremental
free cash flows
are relevant
– Additional cash flows to be brought as a result of adopting
a new project
– Free Cash Flow: Cash flows available for distribution to
both shareholder and debtholders after a firm has made
necessary investments in working capital and longterm
assets
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Include taxation
Æ
(make cashflows aftertax)
– Use Incremental AFTERTAX free cash flow
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Careful with treatment of Net working capital
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Careful with inflation
Free Cash Flow Calculation
Investments in property
Plant, and equipment
Other long
‐
term assets that
Must be made if a project is
Tax
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Deductible
Expense
Purchased
Investments in working capital
Items, such as account
Receivable, inventory, and
Account payable, that must be
made if the project is pursued.
FCF Example
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Suppose you work at an outdoor performing arts centre and
are evaluating a project to increase the number of seats by
building FOUR new box seating areas and adding 5,000 seats
for the general public. Each box seating area is expected to
generate $400,000 in incremental annual revenue while each of
the new seats for the general public will generate $2,500 in
incremental annual revenue. The incremental expenses
associated with the new boxes and seating will amount to 60%
of the revenues. The new construction will cost $10 million
and will be fully depreciated on a straightline basis over the
10year life of the project. The centre will have to invest $1mil
in additional working capital immediately which is to recovered
in the last year of the project. The marginal tax rate is 30%.
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