depreciation rate

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Noun1.depreciation rate - the rate at which the value of property is reduced; used to calculate tax deduction
charge per unit, rate - amount of a charge or payment relative to some basis; "a 10-minute phone call at that rate would cost $5"
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The asset has a 20 percent tax depreciation rate and a 10 percent book depreciation rate.
Their estimate of the depreciation rate averages about 22 percent annually over the first five years of service.
This year's law increases the bonus depreciation rate to 50 percent for qualifying property acquired after May 5, 2003, and placed in service before Jan.
The depreciation rate is then interpreted as a measure of durability or quality.
The government plans to raise by 24 percentage points the first-year special depreciation rate on facility and equipment when a company scraps existing equipment to create new facilities, it said.
4 billion, provide a $500-a-child tax credit for families, cut capital gains taxes, increase the depreciation rate for businesses, significantly expand the availability of Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) as an alternative to municipal bonds, create Medical Savings Accounts (MSAs), repeal the alternative minimum tax currently paid by many corporations, and provide for estate tax relief.
Second, this estimated depreciation rate is higher when the sample under investigation contains a greater proportion of recent reentrants.
These calculations illustrate the sensitivity of the results to the assumed depreciation rate.
Depreciation rate and miles per gallon are examples of product attributes of automobiles, while age and sex are examples of consumer characteristics.
In 1970, the depreciation rate for the stock of equipment was 12.
It is important at this point to recall that this does not imply that debt finance and the tax depreciation rate are neutral between these land use projects as a group and other potential investments.