WACC (Weighted Average Cost of Capital) Calculator

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Mitch
WACC is a key concept in finance - it is the appropriate discount rate to use when valuing a firm's cash flows, or to evaluate a 'typical' investment project within a firm. However, calculating WACC is complicated, especially determining the cost of equity. I found a website, thatswacc.com, which finds a firm's Beta, computes the cost of equity and debt, and then calculates an estimate of the firm's WACC. I've found the site useful, and hope others do too. (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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  Reynaldo Bonifacio, Accountant, Philippines
 

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Thanks for the link Mitch.

 
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