accounting depreciation


accounting depreciation
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depreciación contable.

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  • depreciation — de·pre·ci·a·tion /di ˌprē shē ā shən/ n 1: any decrease in the value of property (as machinery) for the purpose of taxation that cannot be offset by current repairs and is carried on company books as a yearly charge amortizing the original cost… …   Law dictionary

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  • depreciation allowance — ➔ allowance * * * depreciation allowance UK US noun [C] ► ACCOUNTING, TAX the amount, based on the depreciation of assets, that a business can reduce its profit by when taxes are calculated: »The bill will change the depreciation allowance that… …   Financial and business terms

  • depreciation fund — ➔ fund1 * * * depreciation fund UK US noun [C] ► ACCOUNTING, FINANCE an amount of money that a company has available to buy new assets. It comes from the investment of a sum equal to the depreciation allowance for its existing assets: »The… …   Financial and business terms

  • Accounting Standards Board — (ASB) The accounting standards issuing body. The ASB issues accounting standards in the form of Financial Reporting Standards (FRSs) and has adopted those standards developed by its predecessors in the form of Statements of Standard Accounting… …   Law dictionary

  • depreciation account — ➔ account1 * * * depreciation account UK US noun [C] ► ACCOUNTING a financial record where the amount of depreciation on an asset is recorded …   Financial and business terms

  • depreciation method — ➔ method * * * depreciation method UK US noun [C] ► ACCOUNTING any one of several methods that are used to decide by how much the value of assets should be reduced over a period of time: »The depreciation method you would use depends on the type… …   Financial and business terms

  • depreciation rate — ➔ rate1 * * * depreciation rate UK US noun [C] ► ACCOUNTING the rate at which the value of an asset is reduced each year: »Changes to the tax rules will see new depreciation rates that better reflect how assets decline in value …   Financial and business terms

  • depreciation recovery — UK US noun [S or U] (also recovery) ACCOUNTING, TAX, FINANCE ► the process of paying for an asset s depreciation (= gradual loss in value over time) by paying less tax on them for a period of years: » For these assets, you can use 3 , 5 , or 10… …   Financial and business terms

  • depreciation reserve — A business fund in which the probable replacement cost of equipment is accumulated each year over the life of the asset, so it can be replaced readily when it becomes obsolete and totally depreciated. Category: Business, LLCs & Corporations →… …   Law dictionary

  • depreciation, reserve — n. In accounting, an account kept of the likely depreciation of assets in order to plan for the reduction in value of assets. The Essential Law Dictionary. Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. Amy Hackney Blackwell. 2008 …   Law dictionary