depreciation charge

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an amount periodically charged to expense or against revenue in compensation for depreciation of property

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Craig Flindall, the Bears' finance director, said: "The significant depreciation charge will be a feature of our financial results for the foreseeable future.
The one clarification to the 1907 rules noted that the equipment was to be reported on the balance sheet net of depreciation and that the asset book value was to be "reduced periodically to the extent of the depreciation charge.
Thus, the market value of the subject property using the replacement cost approach is simply the replacement cost new (to achieve equivalent utility in the most cost-effective manner)--minus an age-life depreciation charge and minus the lesser of the cost to cure or value of loss to the subject property (to achieve equivalent internal desirability of the subject property)--minus external obsolescence (to achieve equivalent external desirability of the subject property).
After a year of limited new investment, Richmond Foods Plc, tel:0167 742 3397, tell us their capital expenditure programme will be higher, broadly in line with their depreciation charge for the current year of [pounds]3m.
Revenue rose by 17% due to high coal prices, but EBITDA declined by 18% due to a lower depreciation charge after sale of thermal coal business.
5m depreciation charge due to the rebuilding of the Llwyn Onn treatment works meant profit before tax reduced by pounds 600,000 to pounds 3.
0m, which SES said reflects the favourable underlying performance and a reduced depreciation charge.
This will be reflected in a higher depreciation charge compared to the prior year.
Annual depreciation charge, broken down by functional area in the Statement of Activity.
The dispute centres on why Tesco's depreciation charge relating to fixtures and fittings has not risen very much in the last few years considering the book value of Tesco's assets has risen considerably.
This would save an annual depreciation charge of pounds 600 million - and instantly double operating profits to ONE BILLION POUNDS.
If accelerated depreciation is used for income tax purposes, the depreciation charge to earnings and profits in the initial years of an asset's life would be less than the amount of depreciation deducted for income tax purposes.
There was no ongoing associated depreciation charge in the six month period to September 2015 (2014: GBPNIL m).