Accelerated Depreciation Calculator

A decrease in the asset values is called as depreciation. A method of allowing higher deductions (depreciation) in starting or earlier years is called as the accelerated depreciation. In this calculator, the accelerated depreciation and schedule is calculated for the asset.

Double Declining Balance Method Calculator

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Note: Number of years list out below is based on Useful years

A decrease in the asset values is called as depreciation. A method of allowing higher deductions (depreciation) in starting or earlier years is called as the accelerated depreciation. In this calculator, the accelerated depreciation and schedule is calculated for the asset.

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Formula:

Double Declining Balance Depreciation Straight-Line Depreciation Percent = 100% / Useful Life Depreciation Rate = 2 x Straight-Line Depreciation Percent Depreciation for a Period = Depreciation Rate x Book Value at Beginning of the Period First Year Depreciation Rate = M / 12 x Depreciation Rate Last Year Depreciation Rate = (12 - M) / 12 x Depreciation Rate

Double Declining Balance Method uses twice or 200 % of the straight line depreciation rate in order to accelerate the cost recovery.


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