564 Net Proceeds 9 71,400 72,828

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564 Net Proceeds 9 71,400 72,828 **Present Value Factor** 20.

We can compute the break-even contribution margin (BE--earning the target 15% on the investment) such that the project's net present value is zero for this project as follows: 0 = {[(BE x 150,000)-2,000,000] x present value annuity factor @15% for 4 years} - 10,000,000 - (5,000,000 x **present value factor** @ 15% in 4 years) Solving this equation within the indicated factor implies that BE = $43.

PRESENT VALUATION WITH CERTAIN AND UNCERTAIN CASH FLOWS ASSET A B C CERTAIN CERTAIN UNCERTAIN TOMORROW 5 YEARS TOMORROW Contractual 1000 1000 1000 Cash flows Adjustments for expectations -200 Expected cash flows 1000 1000 800 Risk premium adjustment -40 Adjusted cash flows 1000 1000 760 **Present value factor** at 4% 1.

This is accomplished by discounting each after-tax cash flow through the use of **present value factors** reflective of the age of the cash flow.

The impact of these changes to terminal value estimate methodology is far less significant if the appraiser is working on a long-term analysis because the **present value factor** at the end of a twenty-, thirty-, or forty-year holding period is minimal.

With proper planning, particularly in determining the appropriate interest assumption for the **present value factor** and the adjustments necessitated by the maximum benefit limitations, the age-weighted allocation method can be even more beneficial to the plan sponsor.

12% $136,800 $273,600 Real Estate Taxes per Unit $850 $93,500 $88,400 Construction Costs--Units Sold $660,000 $1,320,000 Total Expense $890,300 $1,682,000 Net Cash How $249,700 $598,000 **Present Value Factor** @ 23% 0.

Total amount transferred to trust $1,000,000 Less value of retained interest: Annuity payment $70,000 **Present value factor** from Table B (IRS Publication 1457) x 6.