Use this calculator to calculate the internal rate of return (IRR) and measure the profitability of an investment. Simply enter your initial investment figure and yearly cash flow figures. You can add and remove years as you require. An explanation of IRR is available further down this page.
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IRR calculator - FAQ
What is IRR?
IRR stands for internal rate of return and is used in capital budgeting to measure the potential profitability of an investment. It can be defined as the interest rate that makes the Net Present Value (NPV) of all cash flows from the investment equal to zero.
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