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`"IRR" = (EP - BP + DIV)/(BP)`

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The **Investment Return Rate** calculator computes the percent investment return based on the beginning and end prices of an equity and dividends paid.

**INSTRUCTIONS**: Choose units and enter the following:

**(**Beginning Stock Price**BP**)**(**End Stock Price**EP**)**(**Dividends Paid**DIV**)

**Investment Return Rate (IRR): **The calculator returns the return rate as a percentage.

The formula for the Investment Return Rate is:

IRR = (EP - BP + DIV)/(BP)

where:

- IRR = Investment Return Rate
- BP = Beginning Stock Price
- EP = End Stock Price
- DIV = Dividends Paid

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