Payback period method, finance, Other Engineering

Non-discounted cash flow method,

Payback period method
In this method, time value of money is not considered. It takes into account the number of years required to recover the initial investment of a project (Harold Bierman, Seymour Smidt, 2006).
Accept Reject Rule:
Accept the project with lowest payback period.
Reject the project with highest payback period.
Merits:
1. Simple and easy to calculate
2. Less costly to use
3. Less time consuming
De-merits:
1. Time value of money is completely ignored.
2. Does not consider the cash flow generated after payback period.
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