There are other factors needed in order to come up with an estimate, mainly the discount rate you'd want to apply. You can do an IRR, but you'd need a starting cost to figure it. You can use a spreadsheet and the NPV function to determine a break-even point, by assuming various initial costs. For instance, here's a table of approximate PVs with associated discount rates: Rate PV3% 85,0004% 72,5005% 62,5006% 54,2507% 47,350As you can see, the PV varies greatly with the discount rate you use.
Rate PV3% 85,0004% 72,5005% 62,5006% 54,2507% 47,350
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