Sparky Company is considering the replacement of an old machine with the purchase of a new piece of production equipment that will reduce labor and maintenance costs by $45,000 per year.
If Sparky purchases the new machine, the company will sell the old equipment for an estimated $20,000 salvage value.
Data related to the new machine follows:
|Useful Life||10 years|
|Salvage value (new machine)||$30,000|
Assume all cash flows occur at the end of the year and ignore income taxes.
Calculate the net present value of the investment in the new machine. (Round your answer to the nearest whole dollar. If you have a negative NPV,record your answer using () parenthesis. EXAMPLE: If your NPV is ($2,000), enter your answer as (2000).
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Net Present Value Method:
The net present value method is capital budgeting technique used for evaluating a given investment decision. It yields a net value which would be added to shareholders' wealth if a given project is undertaken. If the net present value is positive, the project is accepted and if it is otherwise, the project is rejected.
Answer and Explanation: 1
The net investment for replacing the old machine with a new one is given by:
- = Initial investment in the new machine - salvage value received if the...
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