Modified Internal Rate of Return


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Modified Internal Rate of Return

A form of the internal rate of return that assumes all returns are reinvested at a company's cost of capital. As such, it measures the profitability, as opposed to the raw cash flow, of an investment or project. It is considered a more accurate way of measuring the net present value of future cash flows.
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