Meaning of depreciable in English:

depreciable

See synonyms for depreciable

adjective

See depreciate

‘Because it is presumed to represent the value of depreciable assets, this goodwill number has to be depreciated.’
  • ‘You take money from your retirement fund for a depreciable device which will have to be replaced in three years?’
  • ‘This ratio was then used to form a range for depreciable lives no greater than 20% or no less than 10% of a benchmark life based on actual usage of the firm's assets.’
  • ‘In general, the Internal Revenue Service regards a manure system's initial cost as depreciable.’
  • ‘While fine art is not depreciable, lease payments are tax deductible, according to the company.’