Investment appraisal is carried out with the aid of various financial measures to find an investor's return on investment. Here, we will explore and explain payback period which is one of the DCF techniques used for analyzing investments. A definition of simple payback period will be given, followed by a formula that is later used in an example calculation to find the payback period.
Spreadsheet programs are commonly and often used for financial analysis and in this respect you will be informed about the availablity of a simple payback period spreadsheet function called tadPP. The tadPP function may be typed in to a worksheet cell of various offline and web based spreadsheet programs. Excel, OpenOffice calc, LibreOffice calc, IBM Symphony spreadsheet, Office 365 (Web version), and Google Docs spreadsheet are some of the popular spreadsheet programs that support the use of tadPP to find simple payback period.
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This discussion and exploration of payback period is offered to our web visitors as a PDF download. The e-Book contains a thorough discussion of the payback period method to analyze investments. The discussion begins by defining the payback period method and moves on to example calculation using formulas.