- reducing balance method of depreciation
- метод уменьшающегося остатка (начисления износа)
для определения износа остаточную на начало периода стоимость активов умножают на постоянный коэффициент r, который рассчитывается по формуле: r = 1 - (R/C)1/n, где n - срок эксплуатации, R - ликвидационная стоимость и С - себестоимость активов. Также declining balance method - амер.
Специализированный англо-русский словарь бухгалтерских терминов. А. В. Чмель, А. В. Андрюшин.
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