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Answer / tindu suthan
Depreciation is a non cash expense incurred by a company
which arises due to wear and tear of the fixed asset as a
result of constant usage.
2 methods of depreciation are:
1) Straight Line Method
2) Written Down Value Method
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Answer / rajesh
any decrease in the value of asset is called depreciation
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Answer / sirisha
decresing the value of an fixed asset
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Answer / suditi
Decrease in the value of an asset due to wear & tear.
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Answer / d nurulla
every asset has day by day it value degrees then the
investor try to for tax purpose redusing this asset value
show to expenduture then he will be reduse the tax in
simple tern depriciation means redusing the asset value
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Answer / ramesh.pm
depriciation denots gradually and perminently decreage in
the value of an asset, wear and tear, technology
changes,laps of time and accdent,
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Answer / shilpi.anu
loss of the value of assest
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Answer / shivesh
depreation means decrease in value of fixed assets.
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Answer / yamuna
a gradual decreasa in the value of an asset.
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