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Precision Financial Calculator 7.1c

The most accurate financial calculator you can count on

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  • Last Updated: Apr 30, 2009
  • License: Shareware $99.00
  • OS: Windows XP/2000/98/NT
  • Requirements: No special requirements
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Precision Financial Calculator is a Home & Education software developed by DataDynamica International, Inc.. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Precision Financial Calculator:

Edit by Brothersoft: The most accurate Financial Calculator you can count on.

Add Payment Date to the Amortization Schedule
This is a great feature for the loan officers and their clients. Now you can include date values to your report. This version also fixed some bugs in the installation and the program itself, also, improved Copy-and-paste function so that you can easily copy the result data to Excel or Word applications. You can create a program icon on your desktop screen. If your earlier trial version expired, you can still install and run the new version.

IRR, the Internal Rate of Return, is defined as the discount rate that generates a zero net present value. So mathematically, IRRs are just the roots of a NPV function. Sometimes there are multiple roots for a NPV function. In Excel, you need to provide a 'guess' value so that the IRR function can return you with a value closest to the guess value. But how do you know which one is the real IRR?

Here is an example. Assume we have a series of cash flows: -10, 150, -145, 80, -250. You may use Excel to calculate IRR. There are two roots: 50.12% and 1299.57%. Each one generates zero NPV. Which root then is the real IRR?

The answer is that neither is a meaningful IRR. Let's look at the cash flows first. With a discount rate of zero, this project's net present value is Negative. It is impossible to lose money and still have a positive rate of return. The Equation is plotted on the coordinate plane in Figure 5. The curve intercepts the x-axis at 50.12% and 1299.57%. The point 1299.57% is outside of the meaningful IRR range and should be discarded. The NPV at point 50.12% has a positive, increasing slope, which contradicts the concept of 'discounting'. So, it is not a meaningful IRR either. Precision finds the IRR based on bisection method and function checking, therefore, for this series of cash flows, Precision returns 'N/A' - not available.
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