Double declining balance depreciation method (DDB)

 

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Double declining balance depreciation method (DDB)

An accounting methodology in which depreciation is accelerated to twice the rate of annual depreciation by the straight-line method.



Double declining balance depreciation method (DDB)

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Depreciation

Depreciation

1. A fall in the value of a country's currency on the exchange market, relative either to a particular other currency or to a weighted average of other currencies. The currency is said to depreciate. Opposite of "appreciation." 2. The decline in value or usefulness of a piece of capital over time, and/or with use.


Straight line depreciation

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Amortizing or apportioning an equal dollar amount of depreciation in each accounting period.


Book Depreciation

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Depreciation reserved (on the books) by an owner for future replacement or retirement of an asset.


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Currency depreciation

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