Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) Excel Model Template

Discounted Cash Flow Model provides an estimated investment return by discounting future cash flows to a present value.

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Key purposes which can be answered with help of the Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) Excel financial model are as follows:

- to value an entire business;

- to value a project or investment within a company;

- to value an income producing property;

- to value the benefit of a cost-saving initiative at a company;

- to value anything that produces (or has an impact on) cash flow;

Discounted Cash Flow analysis is a valuation method which uses future cash flow predictions to estimate investment return potential by discounting these projections to a present value approximation and using this to assess the attractiveness of the investment.

Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) Excel Model Template aims to help you calculate the value of a business.

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1 Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) Excel Model Template, 1 Methodology

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The purpose of the Discounted Free Cash Flow Financial Model Template is to provide the user with a useful tool to estimate investment return potential by discounting future cash flow projections to a present value.

Can be useful for CFOs, Students, Teachers, Business controllers, M&A analysts, Private Equity analysts etc. The model is easy to use and has high flexibility.

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  • RICARDO MACIEL (CPA, CVA )801
    Sir, It was a quite interisting work...congratulation. Very impressive. However, I believe that you should consider the amount related to the perpetuity discounted (in the fitth year) and not the unlevered amount. Thus, the results would change - during the calculation of the perpetuity. Moreover, the discount related to the middle year factor should be used on a yearly basis, right. Just some comments that confused me a little bit. All the best.
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