Gross Internal Rate of Return (IRR) is used in financial analysis to get the expected growth or predicted profitability of your investment over a specific length of time. As it is ‘interna;’ it does not take into account external factors such as inflation, fees and costs of capital. Just like it is with gross profit and net profrit, gross IRR is always higher than net IRR.
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