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present value

[′prez·ənt ′val·yü]
(mining engineering)
The sum of money which, if expended on a mine for purchase, development, and equipment, would produce over the life of the mine a return of the original investment plus a commensurate profit.
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However, if we include the insight that "[competition between investors creates a tendency for the net present value of an investment project to equal zero" (Fuller, 2013, p.
So a lease with a net present value of pounds 300,000 would pay 1pc of pounds 150,000, which amounts to pounds 1,500, rather than pounds 3,000.
The net present value takes all the concepts and advantages of the internal rate of return and packages them into a more usable and, to most analysts, more intuitively appealing approach to decision analysis.
First you must determine a measure of the Net Present Value as a quotient ([NPV.
But - and this is where many businesses will benefit - no stamp duty will be payable if the net present value is less than pounds 150,000.
Net present value analysis closely matches the criteria that governments implicitly use when making long-term decisions--meaning that it gives a lower value to dollars in the future.
phi]UD = Net present value of a project in an underdeveloped area.
The pre-United States tax, net present value of the company's estimated future production (net present value) increased to $287 million from $196 million, a 46 percent increase.
In fact, with some electromechanical devices, these costs far outweigh the initial purchase price, so Net Present Value calculations are well worth doing.
The application of the DCF technique requires five specific steps to arrive at a net present value.