Discounted payback


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Discounted payback

The length of time needed to recoup the present value of an investment.
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Discounted payback calculation for A Project A Year Discounted cash flow (DCF) Cumulative DCF 0 -[pounds sterling]25.
Assuming a capital investment of $15 million, the discounted payback period is just slightly over 2 years.
Accounting rate of return 4 18 6 26 3 17 Undiscounted payback 1 5 3 13 2 11 period (UPP) Discounted payback period 2 9 4 17 5 27 Net present value (NPV) 1 5 4 17 3 17 Internal rate of return 12 54 4 17 3 17 (IRR) Profitability index 0 0 0 0 2 11 Other 2 9 2 10 0 0 Total (b) 22 100 23 100 18 100 Idaho Survey, 2001 Rank Decision criteria 1 2 3 (No.
An improved approach to payback, discounted payback, has been developed.
The solution lies in performing four analyses: critical constraint, loss probability, present value and discounted payback.
The following financial calculations are conducted for each analysis: Cost Savings, Total System Cost, Simple Payback Period, Discounted Payback Period, Net Present Value, Life Cycle Cost, Cost of Business as Usual, Savings to Investment Ratio, Internal Rate of Return, Levelized Cost of Energy, and Greenhouse Gas Reduction.