QUESTION

# Investigate any two of the following four financial decisions:

In both your professional and personal life, you will make a variety of decisions. You should consider the financial and nonfinancial aspects while making decisions. To evaluate scenarios, you will also use some tools such as net present value (NPV), internal rate of return (IRR), modified internal rate of return (MIRR), payback, discounted payback, and return on investment (ROI) that you have discussed so far.In this assignment, you will evaluate the financial aspects of making decisions.Tasks:Investigate any two of the following four financial decisions:

1) Using net present value calculations, determine which has a higher ROI. Assume the average mileage under both options is 15,000 miles. The car will be sold for its Kelly Blue Book value at the end of ownership or it will be returned to the leasing dealership for no additional lease/return/mileage cost. The automobile being considered is a 4-cyl, 2.5 liter, two-wheel drive, Nissan Rogue sport utility. At the end of the 6 years, the automobile is in very good condition. Tax, title, or license fees are not considered under either option.

• Buying a Nissan Rogue today for \$32,000, putting \$10,000 down and taking a six-year loan for the rest at 4%
or
• Leasing the Rogue for 6 years at \$360 a month with a down payment of \$3,500 due at delivery. The car must be returned at the end of the lease. 15,000 miles per year are allowed under this lease plan.

For the two options that you selected (and using the figures given above for those options), investigate the realistic assumptions for your location and include the information you found in the analysis. Create a paper in about 1,000–1,200 words, including the following:

• Initial information/approach: purchase price, rebate, down payment, amount to finance, etc.
• Payments formulas and calculations
• Explanation of the financial factors that you are employing in the selected decisions
• Conclusion containing the "best answer" for your personal life on the basis of these financial factors
• Probability of following the recommended "best answer" (assuming that these are the only decision options)
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