Economic Value Added (EVA) vs Cost of Capital Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) Valuation Excel Model
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Economic Value Added (EVA) vs Cost of Capital Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) Valuation Excel Model

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The user must define the following inputs:

- Growth rate in revenues for the next 5 years

- All operating expenses as a % of revenues in the fifth year

- Debt do you plan to use in financing investments

- Growth rate in capital expenditures & depreciation

- Working capital as a percent of revenues

- Tax rate that you have on corporate income

- Beta do you use to calculate cost of equity

- Current long term bond rate

- Market risk premium you want to use

- Cost of borrowing money

- Prof. Aswath Damodaran

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The user must define the following inputs:

- Growth rate in revenues for the next 5 years

- All operating expenses as a % of revenues in the fifth year

- Debt do you plan to use in financing investments

- Growth rate in capital expenditures & depreciation

- Working capital as a percent of revenues

- Tax rate that you have on corporate income

- Beta do you use to calculate cost of equity

- Current long term bond rate

- Market risk premium you want to use

- Cost of borrowing money

- Prof. Aswath Damodaran

Side note: If you have appreciated this model, feel free to give it a rating/review!

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