CAPITAL BUDGETING PROCESS TABLE OF CONTENTS ABSTRACT00 INTRODUCTION00 CAPITAL BUDGETING00 CONCLUSIONS00 RECOMMENDATIONS00 REFERENCES00 ABSTRACT This project discusses various aspects of the capital budgeting process. Capital budgeting is viewed as an important capital budgeting device related to financial as well as strategic investment decision-making in the commercial enterprise. Some of the important capital budgeting tools or devices are those such as the weighted average cost of capital or WACC, the time value of money or TVM, and those such as opportunity costs, and similar. This project utilizes a case study as well in which an investment decision is made for a hypothetical firm in order to demonstrate how the capital budgeting...The end:
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