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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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It will depend on the interest rate, and the Net Present Value (NPV) of the project with greater present value will be zero, while the less valuable project's NPV will be negative.
The next step is to find the present value of the note on the next interest payment date of February 15, 2014.
The Present Value Table on pages 513-514 will help you make the decision.
SOLUTION: Go to Appendix A, Present Value of a Lump Sum Table.
Since each projected lifetime produces a unique set of future cash flows, the distribution of lifetimes translates into a distribution of present values of cash flows or settlement prices.
The internal rate of return (IRR) is a clear and precise concept: what interest rate equates the present value of the expected benefit flows over time to the initial investment?
First you must determine a measure of the Net Present Value as a quotient ([NPV.
If examined on a present value basis as a percentage of original cost, today's non-residential recovery period of 39 years is the highest since 1953.
In later cycles with a different Coordinator, I tried to enter into a similar agreement, although I wanted it in writing and based on the present value tax effect (rather than taxable income).
However, when you withdraw the $5,877, it is tax free so the net cash increase is $1,877 with a present value of $1,039, or $292 higher than a deductible IRA.
Your opponent calls a "pension expert" to the stand to testify as to the present value of a marital pension benefit.

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