The capital budgeting decision techniques discussed so far all have strengths and weaknesses; however, they do comprise the most popular rules for valuing projects. On the other hand, valuing an entire business requires that some adjustments be made to various pieces of these methodologies. As an example, in valuing a business, one frequently used alternative to Net Present Value (NPV) is called Adjusted Present Value (APV). Research other popular business valuation models.
In 600 minimum -750 maximum content words (title page, abstract, and references not included in count), respond to the following:
- Define APV. How does it differ from NPV?
- Identify and discuss at least two other business valuation models that are popular.
Use the template provided. Follow APA format, including a title page, introduction, conclusion, citations, and 6 references (two should be peer-reviewed references). See the attached PPT file. Turnitin report of no more than 20% similarity index is required.