Abandonment Value

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What is Abandonment Value? Meaning.

Abandonment Value is the amount which could be recovered from an investment project if it were immediately to be abandoned. A rule of thumb is that a project should be abandoned if its abandonment value exceeds the net present value of its projected cash flows.

Also referred to as the Liquidation Value.

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