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MULTIPLE DISCUSSION 2 Multiple Discussion Chris H) Net Present Value (NPV) method is a capital budgeting method for evaluating a capital investment projects which measures the difference between its cost and the present value of its expected cash flows. It is one of the most basic analytical methods underlying corporate finance and helps firms understand the amount by which the benefits from a capital expenditure exceed its costs. (Parrino, Bates, & Kidwell, 2015) NPV is the sum present value of all discounted cash flows during the period in which a project sustains. The payback period is represented by the time in which all initial cash outflow will be recovered by the project from cash flows. When combined, both measures represent the analysis for assessing whether to accept the project or not. In the example below, Hildebrandt Lawn Care is planning to undertake a project in which initial

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