# Discounted Cash Flows

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Related to Discounted Cash Flows: Net present value, WACC

## Discounted Cash Flows

Future, expected cash flows from a project or venture that have been adjusted to arrive at their present value. One uses the calculation of discounted cash flows to determine whether a particular investment is likely to be profitable.
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With regard to choosing a discount rate when using a discounted cash flow technique to value a biological asset, the following advice adopted from IAS39 paragraphs AG76, AG76A and BC104 is especially relevant:
0% Factor Discounted Cash Flow Sum of Discounted Cash Flows Less: Interest-bearing Debt Total Equity Value Indication (Dollar amounts are in thousands) Description Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Net Sales Revenue, \$278,750 \$292,688 \$307,322 growing annually Less: Cost of Goods 144,393 151,612 159,193 Sold Gross Profit 134,357 141,076 148,129 Less: Operating & 118,469 124,392 130,612 Admin.
Discounted cash flows are values of future expected cash receipts and expenditures at a common date.
When using the traditional approach to present value measurement, a CPA would calculate discounted cash flows for the six assets as follows:
This article develops three discounted cash flow models to value the future cash flows associated with income-producing property: a deterministic model, sensitivity analysis, and a probabilistic model.
Therefore, the discounted cash flow is \$80,000 x 3.
Step 3: The transfer of the Discounted Cash Flows from the PRESENT VALUE CALCULATIONS section to the SUMMARY, and the compilation of the Discounted Net Cost.
The recalculated discounted cash flows can be compared with the initial computations and the reasons for the variance used to inform similar projects in the future.
During year 1 (actually the second year), the purchase option shows the largest nondiscounted and discounted cash flows -- \$138,750 and \$129,673, respectively.

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