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Net Present Value Calculator is an Excel template that allows you to easily calculate the NPV of an investment project.
You can use this NPV method if you positioned your self only as an investor that received a fixed amount of money in a short period. In my experiences, for a longer period of time, say more than 3 years, and with uncertain business risks, you should make a detail financial plan to justify your business plan.
Microsoft Excel already provide a tool to calculate this NPV where you can use it directly. And in this spreadsheet, this calculation is used to compare three different projects or investments based on discount rate, period, initial cash flow and yearly cash flow.
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-The spreadsheet was created with ‘Project Finance Excel’ book from ‘Project Finance’ by Larry Harris on Amazon Kindle.
-Only available for Windows, Mac OS.
-If you’re using Excel 2016 or more, this Excel template already included.
-With this Excel template, you can calculate the NPV of your investment.
-Excel is basically a collection of Add-Ins.
-From Excel’s Help Menu, select ‘Add-Ins’ and ‘Developer Tools’.
-You’ll see a list of available Add-Ins.
-Select the ‘Developer Tool -> Add-Ins’ option.
-After the add-ins is loaded, the program will automatically become selected.
-From the ‘Developer Tools’ folder, you can choose an option.
-If the option selected is ‘Add-Ins’, the Add-Ins will load.
-If the option selected is ‘File Association’, your favorite application name will be displayed.
-If the option selected is ‘Document List’, you can easily see the URL of the created file.
-If the option selected is ‘Comment Selection’, you can easily select any comment box on the file.
-If the option selected is ‘Chart Types’, you can see a list of chart types available.
-If the option selected is ‘Code List’, you can easily see the URL of the created file.
-If the option selected is ‘Document Properties’, you can see some of the properties of the document.
-If the option selected is ‘Document Security’, you can see the URL of the document security profile.
-If the option selected is ‘Developer Tools’, you can see many of the utilities available.
-If the option selected is ‘Help’, you can see the documentation, documentation table, and help in English and your language.
-If the option selected is ‘Preference’, you can change the preferences of the program.
-If the option selected is ‘Size’, you can select a size for the program window.
-If the option selected is ‘TaskPane’, you can see what the TaskPane will look like.
-If the option selected is ‘View’, you can see a list of the document components.
-If the option selected is ‘Window’, you can see the size of the window.
-If the option selected is ‘Window Style’, you can change the style of the window.
-If the option selected is ‘
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Before starting Net Present Value Calculator first open your Excel project. Then copy the following cells from the “Sheet 1” tab:
DISCOUNT RATE = 0.15 (3 percent)
PERIOD = 3 YEARS
INITIAL CASH FLOW = 1,500.00
YEARLY CASH FLOW = 2,500.00
This NPV calculation will help you to discover the following information.
The Excel NPV formula is =1+ [DISCOUNT RATE] * [PERIOD] * ([INITIAL CASH FLOW]–1) / (([YEARLY CASH FLOW]–1)^[DISCOUNT RATE])
=1+ [0.15] *  * ([1,500.00] – 1) / (([2,500.00] – 1) ^ 0.15)
=1+ [0.15] *  * (1,500.00 – 1,500.00) / ((2,500.00 – 1,500.00) ^ 0.15)
=1 + 0.15 * 3 * (1,500.00 – 1,500.00) / (1,500.00 – 1,500.00)
=1 + 0.15 * 3 * (1,000.00 – 1,000.00) / (1,000.00 – 1,000.00)
=1 + 0.15 * 3 * (500.00 – 500.00) / (500.00 – 500.00)
=1 + 0.15 * 3 * (50.00 – 50.00) / (50.00 – 50.00)
=1 + 0.15 * 3 * (2.50 – 2.50) / (2.50 – 2.50)
=1 + 0.15 * 3 * (0.25 – 0.25) / (0.25 – 0.25)
=1 + 0.15 * 3 * (0.02 – 0.02) / (0.02 – 0.02)
=1 + 0.15 * 3 * (0.00 – 0.00) / (0.00 – 0.00)
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· Help – describe project, benefits, risks, etc.
· Discount Rate – The decision maker determines the discount rate applied to capital assets in determining the present value of their future cash flows. If the decision-maker requires a discounted rate to be applied to the cash flows, then this is simply the discount rate applied to the discount rate.
· Period – This number represents the length of time until an investment’s future cash flow is realized.
· Number of Years – Allows you to calculate the value of the investment over a particular time horizon.
· Start Cash Flow – The value of the investment is determined from the start of the investment process until it was received as a cash flow.
· End Cash Flow – The value of the investment is determined from the start of the investment process until it was received as a cash flow.
· Type of Investment – Can be cash, stocks or bonds.
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The only problem I found is that the database “InvEq” file used in the template to calculate the NPV is far from being updated. So you should have some adjustments on it by yourself.
If you already use Microsoft Excel, you can directly use this spreadsheet.
Hope you find it useful!
If you want to read more about the methodology of NPV, visit my blog:
For more information about the PEST Analysis and Cost Benefit Analysis methods, visit:
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What’s New in the Net Present Value Calculator?
This spreadsheet calculates the NPV (Net Present Value) of a series of cash flows. An NPV helps you evaluate investment projects or idea in a simple and easy way. When you run the NPV, you get a graphical result (a blue line) that shows you what your investment project would be worth today, if the project is completed. It is useful to know if your project is worth it or not before you start to spend your own money on it. The spreadsheet can be used as a tool to compare different projects or investments based on discount rate, period, initial cash flow and yearly cash flow.
You need to enter the cash flow information (one or more) in the textboxes on the right side. You can select the sensitivity from the dropdown list.
A period in years is selected in the first two textboxes to calculate the NPV. The variable cash flow can be a fixed value, a variable value (percentage of sales, etc.) or a combination of both.
Time to create an excel file: The templates are quite easy to use and comes in an excel file. It is easier to modify rather than coding, and you can easily share it with your team for easy understanding.
Have a look at the image to see the flow of the process.
System Requirements For Net Present Value Calculator:
Windows 10, 8, 8.1, 7 or Vista operating system.
Minimum of 1GB of RAM.
Operating system must be 64-bit
At least 8GB of free space on the hard drive.
DirectX 9.0c compatible video card with a resolution of 1280×1024 or greater.
If your video card can’t run at this resolution, your monitor must support resolutions up to 1280×1024 for the game to run correctly.
Note: The game is not compatible with video cards below