rate of depreciation


rate of depreciation
rate of depreciation ˌrate of depreciˈation noun [countable] ACCOUNTING
the rate at which an asset is calculated to go down in value each year, especially in the annual accounts for a business; = DEPRECIATION RATE:

• The rate of depreciation slows down significantly in the second and third years but still runs at around 20 percent a year.

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rate of depreciation UK US noun [S]
ACCOUNTING DEPRECIATION RATE(Cf. ↑depreciation rate)

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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