Accelerated depreciation

• Any depreciation method that produces larger deductions for depreciation in the early years of a project's life. Accelerated cost recovery system (ACRS), which is a depreciation schedule allowed for tax purposes, is one such example.

• Is an accounting technique which provides larger than straight-line depreciation amounts in the early years and smaller than straight-line depreciation amounts in the later years.


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 Accelerated cost recovery system
Accumulated depreciation
Accumulative depreciation
Depreciation expense
Depreciation tax shield
Double declining balance depreciation
Recaptured depreciation
Straight line depreciation
Sum of the years' digits depreciation

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