How to Use NPV function in Excel

In this article, we will learn about how to use npv function in excel with formula.

NPV function is used to find the net present value of the data set in Excel.


=NPV(rate, value1, value2, ….)

Let’s use it in an example to understand it.
Here one amount is debited and other amounts are credited at an interest of 10%.

Use the formula in D3 cell.

=NPV(C3, A3:A7)+A2

Press Enter.
It means the net present value of the whole expense is $789.
This amount is to be debit.

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