diminishing balance method

diminishing balance method UK }} US }} noun [S] ACCOUNTING
DECLINING BALANCE METHOD(Cf. ↑declining balance method)

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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  • diminishing-balance method — reducing balance method A method of computing the depreciation of a fixed asset in an accounting period, in which the percentage to be charged against income is based on the depreciated value at the beginning of the period (see net book value).… …   Accounting dictionary

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