Basic Capital Budgeting Concepts

By |August 2nd, 2017|Corporate Finance|

INTRODUCTION Capital budgeting refers to the tools and methods a company uses in making long-term investment decisions.  All companies have limited financial resources.  By having a disciplined capital budgeting process, firms can make intelligent decisions regarding the use of these resources. Capital budgeting methods are linked to a firm’s cost of capital.  A company [...]

Introduction to the Time Value of Money

By |July 11th, 2017|Corporate Finance|

INTRODUCTION A central precept of financial analysis is money’s time value.  This essentially means that every dollar (or a unit of any other currency) received today can be invested and will thus be worth more in the future.  Likewise, a dollar received in the future is worth less than a dollar received today. Much [...]

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