net cash flow, Finance Basics

Assignment:
Mr. Ali wants to start “Rent-A-Car” business. He wants to start this business with at least 20
cars. He estimates that the required investment for the business is Rs. 30 Million. He projects
that revenue (before tax and depreciation) from the business will be Rs. 6 Million for the first
year and it will keep on g rowing at a rate of 5% annually till the 10
th
year.
Some other information regarding the project is as follows:
? Annual depreciation will be Rs. 3 Million under the straight line method.
? Cost of capital is 10% while the rate of tax is 35%.
Suppose you are running a financial consultancy firm, Mr. Ali wants to get his project evaluated
by your firm. You have to suggest Mr. Ali about the feasibility of the project after applying
different capital budgeting techniques.
Requirement:
Keeping your task into consideration, provide answers to the following:
1. Calculate net cash flows for 10 years. (10 Marks)
2. Evaluate the project by using the following capital budgeting techniques:
a. Payback Period (The desired payback period is 5 years) (04 Marks)
b. Net Present Value (10 Marks)
c. Profitability Index (03 Marks)
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