What is depreciation & it's methods of determination of depreciation
A decrease in the value of a currency relative to other currencies. Depreciation is the assigning or allocating of a plant asset's cost to expense over the accounting periods that the asset is likely to be used.
For example, if a business purchases a delivery truck with a cost of $100,000 and it is expected to be used for 5 years, the business might have depreciation expense of $20,000 in each of the five years. (The amounts can vary depending on the method and assumptions.)
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