NPV/IRR Question

Hi there, when calculating my IRR should I be using the present value (discounted cashflows) or should I be using just the normal cashflows I have projected. I projected my cashflows by adjusting expenses and rent by a percentage every year. I have a separate table with those cash flows discounted to present value. I didn’t know whether the IRR should take into account the present value cash flows, or my projected normal cash flows?

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Hi there, when calculating my IRR should I be using the present value (discounted cashflows) or should I be using just the normal cashflows I have projected. I projected my cashflows by adjusting expenses and rent by a percentage every year. I have a separate table with those cash flows discounted to present value. I didn’t know whether the IRR should take into account the present value cash flows, or my projected normal cash flows? submitted by /u/No_Log_394 [link] [comments]

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