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Discussion Question: Is the added precision from including taxes and depreciation in calculating project cash flows worth the effort? Should they be included in the calculations? Please discuss and justify your answer.

Essential Activities:

Reading Chapter 16, sections 1-6, and Chapter 17, sections 1-5 in Blank & Tarquin will assist you in writing this discussion forum.

Notes:

Your initial post should include at least 250 words of substantive content, and each reply at least 150 words of substantive content to earn full points. for instance, if your two replies include mostly the same content you will not earn full points.

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