Financial Management

Year Cash Flow(A) Cash Flow (B)
0 -307,206 -27,651
1 14,950 8,726
2 32,391 13,901
3 29,232 9,222
4 390,590 13,140

15% rate of return.

what is the payback period for Period A and B.

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