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WACC (Weighted Average Cost of Capital) Calculator

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.

  Reynaldo Bonifacio
Accountant, Philippines
 

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Thanks for the link Mitch.

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