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The Theory of Capital Budgeting and QuickBooks 2012

When working with QuickBooks 2012, it's helpful to understand the theory of capital budgeting. Capital budgeting boils down to the idea that you should look at capital investments [more…]

How to Estimate the Net Cash Flows

The process of estimating the net cash flows from the investment requires a bit more work than estimating the amount that you need to invest. Although you're working with QuickBooks 2012, you'll need the [more…]

How to Calculate the Return Measure

There are two basic ways that you can calculate a return by using Microsoft Excel. You cannot do this calculation by using QuickBooks 2012 alone. To calculate a rate of return with Microsoft Excel, you [more…]

How to Measure Liquidity

For many smaller businesses, liquidity is important. If you're working with QuickBooks 2012 in a small-business setting, you need to understand the importance of liquidity. You have only a limited number [more…]

Risk and QuickBooks 2012

Risk is an issue even with simple investments like bank CDs. But with capital investments, no government agency is looking out for your interest and picking up the pieces if things do a Humpty Dumpty and [more…]

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