1. ABC plc is evaluating project A on which it has recently spent £6000 on R&D, which is irrecoverable. Moreover, the company auditor proposes to charge a contribution to sales force overheads of £3,000 to the project. Unfortunately, for the project to proceed, ABC needs to spend an additional £10000, which can be written down entirely after one year. The cash inflows from the end of year 1 onwards are:

End of Year Cash Flows £

1 1250

2 6250

3 9766

There is nil scrap value on the asset at the end of the 3rd year. The discount rate for the project is 15% p.a. Ignore taxation. The planning department uses two measures to assess projects: NPV and IRR. Calculate both.

1. ABC plc is evaluating project A on which it has recently spent Ð6000

on R&D, which is irrecoverable. Moreover, the company auditor proposes

to charge a contribution to sales force overheads of Ð3,000 to the

project. Unfortunately, for the project to proceed, ABC needs to spend

an additional Ð10000, which can be written down entirely after one

year. The cash inflows from the end of year 1 onwards are:

End of Year Cash Flows Ð

1 1250

2 6250

3 9766

There is nil scrap value on the asset at the end of the 3rd year. The

discount rate for the project is 15% p.a. Ignore taxation. The planning

department uses two measures to assess projects: NPV and IRR. Calculate

both.

End of Year Cash Flows £

1 1250

2 6250

3 9766

There is nil scrap value on the asset at the end of the 3rd year. The discount rate for the project is 15% p.a. Ignore taxation. The planning department uses two measures to assess projects: NPV and IRR. Calculate both.

1. ABC plc is evaluating project A on which it has recently spent Ð6000

on R&D, which is irrecoverable. Moreover, the company auditor proposes

to charge a contribution to sales force overheads of Ð3,000 to the

project. Unfortunately, for the project to proceed, ABC needs to spend

an additional Ð10000, which can be written down entirely after one

year. The cash inflows from the end of year 1 onwards are:

End of Year Cash Flows Ð

1 1250

2 6250

3 9766

There is nil scrap value on the asset at the end of the 3rd year. The

discount rate for the project is 15% p.a. Ignore taxation. The planning

department uses two measures to assess projects: NPV and IRR. Calculate

both.

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