Evaluating Returns from Long-term Investment

  • K. Midgley
  • R. G. Burns
Part of the Business Case Studies book series


Most businessmen have at some time to decide whether or not to incur expenditure on new equipment, and such decisions are usually very important because of the long period over which they have an effect. This case study concerns a proposal to buy a rather expensive new machine. Some of the calculations involve discounting arithmetic and an understanding of basic discounted cash flow theory is assumed.


Cash Flow Capital Expenditure Financial Controller Annual Profit Minor Aspect 
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© K. Midgley and R. G. Burns 1971

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  • K. Midgley
  • R. G. Burns

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