Accelerated cost recovery system

• Abbreviated ACRS. Schedule of depreciation rates allowed for tax purposes.


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Accelerated depreciation
Agency cost view
All in cost
Average cost of capital
Bankruptcy cost view
Break even analysis cost volume profit analysis
Capital cost allowance
Clearing house automated payment system
Clearing house interbank payment system
Cost basis
Cost benefit ratio
Cost company arrangement
Cost of a new issue of common stock
Cost of capital
Cost of carry
Cost of common equity
Cost of debt
Cost of equity
Cost of funds
Cost of funds index
Cost of giving up a cash discount
Cost of goods sold
Cost of lease financing
Cost of limited partner capital
Cost of living adjustment
Cost of long term debt
Cost of new asset
Cost of preferred stock
Cost of retained earnings
Cost yield
Cumulative voting system
Dollar cost averaging
Dupont system of analysis
Dupont system of financial control
Equivalent annual cost
European monetary system
Federal reserve system
Fixed cost
Giro system
Imputation tax system
Incremental cost of a new asset
Installation cost
Installed cost of new asset
Intermarket trading system
Just in time jit system
Lockbox system
Majority voting system
Marginal cost of capital
Marginal cost of capital schedule
Multirule system
National association of securities dealers automated quotation system
Net financing cost
Opportunity cost
Opportunity cost of capital
Order support system
Overdraft system
Product cost
Progressive tax system
Prompt offering prospectus pop system
Rally recovery
Recovery period
Replacement cost
Shortage cost
Split rate tax system
Total cost of inventory
True interest cost
Two tier tax system
Variable cost
Weighted average cost of capital
Zero cost collar

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