Definition of declining–balance method
: a method of calculating periodic depreciation that involves the determining at regular (as annual) intervals throughout the expected life of an asset of equal percentage amounts of a cost balance which is progressively decreased by subtraction of each prior increment of depreciation from the original cost of the asset — compare straight-line method
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