This template worksheet compares the costs involved in a project against the benefits that may be realized. Business managers or project leads can use this document to list development costs, operational costs, non-recurring costs, capital investment costs, and recurring costs as well as benefits, non-recurring benefits, cost reductions, value enhancements, recurring benefits, and non-quantifiable benefits. Users can even perform a risk sensitivity analysis. A cost-benefit analysis should be completed early in a project's development stage in order to ensure that the project's benefits will outweigh the costs before substantial expenses are incurred.
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