Net Present Value Calculator
Microsoft Excel provides financial functions to calculate complex financial calculation like Present Value (PV), Net Present Value (NPV), Amortization, depreciation and many more. Template below will show you the implementation of Net Present Value (NPV) function to calculate particular financial values.
Finance indeed may become any people’s concern in this life whether they are common people who have working activities who depend on monthly paycheck or those who have a business to run. It is because finance may become more and more important to consider, the need to keep record and monitoring our finance condition will be compulsory to do especially those who have business. It means that you should be able to conduct monitoring effort to the cash flow of your finance such as in your business or investment.
Based on the reason that common people may lack of knowledge and experience in how to conduct management and monitoring effort to their cash flow, most of them may become more interested in hiring the help from professional indeed. Yet, in order to avoid spending too much money on such effort to monitor and calculate your cash flow, you can take alternative idea such as by using net present value calculator chart. Like the name cited, such template may become useful to monitor the result of calculation of your net present value or cash flow especially from your business. If you have no idea about any contents that you should include to such template, you can read more below.
Commonly, there are more than one projects or investment that you may include on such net present value calculator. Each of such projects or investment may has the content such as discount rate, period in year, initial cash flow, project NPV, difference, percentage, and also cash flow.
You can also try to implement NPV calculator for your own purposes by yourself.