DCFA

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AcronymDefinition
DCFADavid Cohen Fine Art (UK)
DCFADelaware County Firemen's Association (Pennsylvania)
DCFADorset County Football Association (UK)
DCFADiscounted Cash Flow Analysis
DCFADaniel Cooney Fine Art (New York, NY; gallery)
DCFADesperate Cry for Attention
DCFADawson Cole Fine Art (est. 1993)
DCFADale Carnegie Franchisee Association
DCFAFireman Apprentice, Damage Controlman Striker (Naval rating)
DCFADevon & Cornwall Food Association (UK)
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The discounted cash flow analysis for this scenario is shown in Table 1, with the analysis of income and expenses indicating the contributory value of the excess land in this example is $163,000, or an 18.
It is not only net present value and discounted cash flow analysis that are problematic, but the mindset that accompanies these techniques.
This "option" is not reflected in the discounted cash flow analysis performed by the financial consultant.
Beyond a simple discounted cash flow analysis, most accountants won't have had sufficient training to build spreadsheet models that can be applied to the complex business decisions managers regularly face.
Legal doctrines like Daubert's requirement that an expert's analysis be reliable and the "new business rule" that once prohibited businesses without a track record of profits from claiming damages for lost profits are seldom helpful in attacking an opposing expert's discounted cash flow analysis.
Newly constructed facilities rely on a discounted cash flow analysis or cost approach.
Analyze historical and projected financial results; compare the company's performance with its peer group; scrutinize the valuations of similar transactions within the industry; and perform both a premium and discounted cash flow analysis.
Depending on the loan scenario, capitalization or discounted cash flow analysis is utilized to value the property.
A discounted cash flow analysis of the expected cost savings associated with the core deposits is the accepted method used to value the intangible asset.
In the income approach, a discounted cash flow analysis is often prepared which equates future cash flows to a present value equivalent by applying a required rate of return on capital employed.
Speaking as a land-use and zoning attorney, I would advise appraisers who use discounted cash flow analysis on proposed projects without al