Net Present Value Calculator Template



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How to calculate the Net Present Value? Are you looking for a Net Present Value Calculator Template in Excel? Download this NPV Calculator Template and get your polished document that will impress your investors, colleagues, employees or management team!

This Net Present Value Calculator Template is a worksheet that uses the XNPV function to calculate the Net Present Value for a schedule of cash flows that come from an investment and are not necessarily periodic. The XNPV function requires the Analysis ToolPak add-in (see Help on XNPV function). It assumes 365 days in the year. 

The XIRR function is used to calculate the Internal Rate of Return (IRR). The dates do not need to be in order. You can have multiple cash flows with the same date. 

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