depreciation methods


depreciation methods
методы начисления износа

к числу наиболее распространенных методов относятся: метод равномерного начисления износа (straight-line method of depreciation); метод уменьшающегося остатка (reducing balance method); метод начисления износа на основе "суммы годовых цифр" (sum of the years' digits). Выбор метода зачастую определяется простотой его применения и налоговым законодательством


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