# A project has initial outlay of \$2593. It has a single cashflow at the end of year 10 of \$5431. What is the IRR of the project?

A) Determine the payback time for project x

Answer: You can calculate the Internal Rate of Return for the project using this equation: IRR= [(FV/PV)]1/n – 1 where FV is the future value at the end of year 10 (\$5431), PV is the initial investment amount (\$2593), and n is 10 years. These numbers are combined to yield an IRR 0.14 or 14%.

The project would have a 14% return-on-investment rate over 10 years. In other words, \$100 could be invested in this project and one might get \$114 back after ten. This rate is also higher than that earned from risk-free investments like bonds and certificates of deposit (CDs), so it might be worthwhile to consider taking on the project if there aren’t any major risks.

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