depreciation

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a lowering in price or value

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A change in balance-sheet components--adding a new liability and capitalized retirement costs as part of the carrying cost of the long-lived asset, and removing accumulated depreciation of retirement-related costs embedded there.
1) Accumulated depreciation and amortization includes iStar's proportionate share of accumulated depreciation and amortization relating to equity method investments.
Reconciliation of GAAP Net Income to FFO (In thousands) (Unaudited) Three Months Ended Three Months Ended June 30, 2005 June 30, 2004 Net income available for common stockholders $27,957 $21,651 Operating real estate depreciation 114 517 Accumulated depreciation on operating real estate sold (5,110) (3,469) Funds from operations ("FFO") $22,961 $18,699
Accumulated depreciation on the building through the date of sale was $50,000; straight-line depreciation would have been $40,000.
Sum of book equity, accumulated depreciation and general loan loss reserves (D)
If the bankrupt% records as to basis, accumulated depreciation or net operating loss carryovers are erroneous, the proposed plan could be disrupted [if not in fact foileds, depending on the outcome of a subsequent IRS audit.
Depreciation must be calculated for assets purchased in earlier years and adjusted for any accumulated depreciation differences, when applicable.
Although the Company continues to analyze the proper accounting treatment, the Company currently estimates the cumulative effect of the restatement of financial statements through December 31, 2004 will reduce retained earnings by approximately $805,000, reflecting increased accumulated depreciation and depreciation expense.
08 billion, gross of accumulated depreciation, and was comprised of 11 master planned community projects, 15 urban infill land parcels and six waterfront land parcels located throughout the United States.
Of course, changing accumulated depreciation from a liability to a contra-asset would have no impact on net worth and therefore no impact on taxable income.
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