Contents

- 1 Can one investment have 2 IRRs?
- 2 Which of the following can cause a project to have multiple IRRs?
- 3 What are some problems of using IRRs in capital budgeting?
- 4 When a project has multiple internal rate of return?
- 5 How do you solve multiple IRR Problems?
- 6 Is ROI the same as IRR?
- 7 Which one of the following can cause a 10 year project to have multiple IRRs?
- 8 What are the capital budgeting techniques?
- 9 What are five methods of capital budgeting?
- 10 How is IRR computed?
- 11 What is the IRR rule?
- 12 Why is NPV better than IRR?

## Can one investment have 2 IRRs?

More than one IRR can be found for projects with alternating positive and negative cash flows, which leads to confusion and ambiguity. MIRR finds only one value. MIRR = {[FV(positive cash flows, reinvestment rate )/-PV(negative cash flows, finance rate)]^(1/n)}-1.

## Which of the following can cause a project to have multiple IRRs?

Multiple IRRs can only occur if the signs of the cash flows change more than once. For a project to have more than one IRR, then both IRRs must be greater than the WACC. Multiple IRRs can only occur if the signs of the cash flows change more than once.

## What are some problems of using IRRs in capital budgeting?

A disadvantage of using the IRR method is that it does not account for the project size when comparing projects. Cash flows are simply compared to the amount of capital outlay generating those cash flows.

## When a project has multiple internal rate of return?

Transcribed image text: When a project has multiple internal rates of return ( IRRs ): the analyst should choose the highest IRR to compare with the firm’s required rate of return (discount rate).

## How do you solve multiple IRR Problems?

There are two basic ways to solve the multiple IRR problem.

- The NPV method should be used for projects with non-normal cash flows. In such cases, there is no dilemma about which IRR is better.
- An alternative way is to use the modified internal rate of return (MIRR) as a screening criterion.

## Is ROI the same as IRR?

ROI indicates total growth, start to finish, of an investment, while IRR identifies the annual growth rate. While the two numbers will be roughly the same over the course of one year, they will not be the same for longer periods.

## Which one of the following can cause a 10 year project to have multiple IRRs?

More than one negative cash flow will cause a project to have multiple IRRs. You are evaluating a project that is expected to produce cash flows of $5,000 each year for the next 10 years and $7,000 each year for the following 10 years.

## What are the capital budgeting techniques?

3 Techniques Used In Capital Budgeting and Their Advantages

- Payback method. Net present value method.
- Payback Method. This is the simplest way to budget for a new asset.
- Net Present Value Method.
- Internal Rate of Return Method.
- Conclusion.

## What are five methods of capital budgeting?

5 Methods for Capital Budgeting

- Internal Rate of Return.
- Net Present Value.
- Profitability Index.
- Accounting Rate of Return.
- Payback Period.

## How is IRR computed?

It is calculated by taking the difference between the current or expected future value and the original beginning value, divided by the original value and multiplied by 100.

## What is the IRR rule?

The internal rate of return (IRR) rule states that a project or investment should be pursued if its IRR is greater than the minimum required rate of return, also known as the hurdle rate. The IRR Rule helps companies decide whether or not to proceed with a project.

## Why is NPV better than IRR?

The advantage to using the NPV method over IRR using the example above is that NPV can handle multiple discount rates without any problems. Each year’s cash flow can be discounted separately from the others making NPV the better method.