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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Capital depreciation

Capital depreciation

See depreciation.


Accrued Depreciation

Accrued Depreciation

(1) The amount reserved each year in the accounting system for replacement of a building or other asset. (2) The useful life of a property at any given time.


Straight line depreciation

Straight line depreciation

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


Currency depreciation

Currency depreciation

A decline in the value of one currency relative to another currency. Depreciation occurs when, because of a change in exchange rates, a unit of one currency buys fewer units of another currency.


Recapture Of Depreciation

Recapture Of Depreciation

Taxing as ordinary income, upon the sale of property, the amount of depreciation taken above straight line depreciation.


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