**Instructions:** Use this Net Present Value Calculator to compute the net present value (\(NPV\)) of a stream of cash flows by indicating the yearly cash flows (\(F_t\)), starting at year \(t = 0\), and the discount rate (\(r\)) (Type in the cash flows for each year from \(t=0\) to \(t = n\). Type '0' if there is no cash flow for a year):

## Calculator of the Net Present Value (NPV)

More about the *this NPV calculator* so you can better understand how to use this solver: The net present value (\(PV\)) of a stream of cash flows \(F_t\) depends on the discount interest rate \(r\), and the cash flows themselves. The net present value (\(NPV\)) can be computed using the following formula:

### How to compute the net present value excel

Excel has a built in function, the =NPV() function that allows you to compute the present value of cash flows.

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