 accounting rate of return

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accounting rate of return UK US noun [C] (plural accounting rates of return) (ABBREVIATION ARR) ACCOUNTING► the amount of money you invest in a project divided by the amount of profit you expect to get from it. Accounting rates of return are used when choosing the best projects to invest in: »In evaluating corporate performance an attempt will be made to link accounting rates of return to an internal rate of return.
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internal rate of return — ( IRR) A measure of yield that relates the cash flow from each interest payment and the cash flow from the investment s redemption value at maturity to the purchase price of the investment. It is a present value calculation that reflects the time … Financial and business terms