A company is interested in a new three-year investment project. If the decision to accept the project is made, the company would need to immediately spend $2.31 million to buy additional fixed assets. These assets will be losing the same amount of value over their three-year economic life. The company’s calculations show that the project should be able to bring $1,725,000 in sales revenues every year, with annual production costs of $635,000. The net working capital would also immideately need to be increased by $280,000. The purchased fixed assets should be able to sell for $225,000 when the project ends.