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Financial Management

Capital Budgeting

What is Capital Budgeting? Capital Budgeting is a Technique in Financial Management, for taking Long Term Investment Decisions
What are the Techniques in Capital Budgeting? There are mainly two kinds of Techniques in Capital Budgeting Discounted and Non Discounted Techniques
What is Discounted Techniques? Discounted Techniques uses the Time Value of Money Approach, Methods used are Net Present Value Method Internal Rate of Return Method and Profitability Index
What is Non Discounted Technique? Non-Discounted Technique Ignores the Time Value of Money Factor and the Method Used are Average Rate of Return Pay Back Period
What Information is Required for Discounted Technique of Capital Budgeting? Cash Outflows Cash Inflows Working Capital Depreciation Tax Rate Cash Flows After Taxes CFAT
Created by: Devik