Company has an investment cost of 435,404 and wants to earn an 11% return on investment. How do I figure this?
To figure out what the company will earn return on investment, ROI, you need to use the formula for ROI = (gain from investment(x)? cost of Investment)/ cost of Investment. Therefore, 11% = (x- 435,404)/435,404 = 47,894. You should add 435,404 on both sides to get 47,894.44 + 435,404 =483298.44. Learn more from http://www.marketingmo.com/4-support-tools/how-to-calculate-roi-return-on-investment/.