

Like IRR, MIRR characterizes the discount rate at which the total present value of income is equal to the value of investments. The calculation of the modified value of IRR, for a full understanding, it can be expanded in steps:
step 1. All values of income (positive amounts, in the tributaries, CF^{+}_{n}) are given by the end of the project. For conversion, the rate equal to the weighted average cost of capital is used:
(1+WACC)^{+(N  n)}.
2 step. All investments and reinvestments (negative amounts – outflows, CF^{}_{n}) are given to the beginning of the project. To bring the discount rate used:
(1 + r)^{(n  1)}.
Reinvestments in fact – aimed at the development of cash (current and noncurrent assets).
step 3. MIRR is defined as the rate of return at which all expected revenues given by the end of the project have a present value equal to the cost of all required costs:
The calculation MIRRis relevant for cases where cash flows are nonstandard, that is, there are both positive and negative flows during the project implementation. The project is acceptable to the initiator, if MIRR is more effective barrier rate.
When calculating cash flows in MIRR, positive amounts (CF^{+}_{n}) refer to inflows, and negative (CF^{}_{n}) refers to outflows, with a change of sign, that is, a denominator is always considered to be a number modulus. If the cost of outflows exceeds the amount of inflows, the MIRR takes a negative value, if CF^{}_{n} = 0, then the MIRR rate is not calculated.
Also, as in the calculation of other indicators, the formula uses the discounting step specified by the user.
☛ Note that only net cash flow is used to calculate the internal rate of return of IRRs and the modified internal rate of return for MIRR. Also, the result of calculations is influenced by the discounting step chosen by the user.
The meaning of the formula comes from the assumption of equality of discounted amounts of project financing, as well as reinvested funds (in this case, "outflows" in the net cash flow) and revenues  positive amounts (in this case, "inflows" in net cash flow).

[1] 
Please note that for the discounting of positive amounts, the MIRR rate (MIRR coefficient) is used, which must be found from the formula [1]. That is, the formula MIRR [2] is none other than an equivalent transformation of equality [1].
Formula MIRR (Modified Internal Rate of Return):

[2] 
☛ Note that to calculate the modified internal rate of return of MIRR, a weighted average discount rate is used  for the entire calculation period selected by the user.
