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Calculating depreciation using the double-declining balance method (DDB)

Calculating depreciation using the double-declining balance method (DDB): Excel 2013: Financial Functions in Depth
Calculating depreciation using the double-declining balance method (DDB): Excel 2013: Financial Functions in Depth

The declining balance method of calculating depreciation enables companies to accelerate the rate at which they claim the tax benefits inherent in asset depreciation. As the name implies, the double declining balance depreciation method doubles the rate at which the declining balance method calculates an asset’s depreciation.

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