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This exercise is about investment appraisal (and specifically the NPV and IRR functions). First open the workbook in the above folder and go to the Inputs sheet.
It's not easy winning any TV game show; unless you're blessed with outrageous talent you'll need a helping hand. Spending £220,000 on singing lessons and clothes should help:
Money on clothes is never wasted!
On the Calculations sheet, calculate the Net Present Value and Internal Rate of Return for your "investment", assuming that all monies occur at the end of the relevant year:
Don't forget to add the initial investment onto the NPV you've calculated
Was it worth it? Two thoughts:
How much would it have cost you to NOT be a game show winner?
What price do you put on fame?
Save this workbook as With investment appraisal, then close it down.
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