Calculate the net present value for an investment project, Financial Accounting

Calculate the net present value for an investment project with the following cash flows using a 12 percent cost of capital:

    Year                    0                      1          2                 3

Net Cash Flow     $-100,000   $80,000    $80,000    $-30,000

 

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