Net salvage value

Net salvage value

The after-tax net cash flow for terminating the project.

Net Salvage Value

In accounting, an estimate of the after-tax value of an asset at the end of its depreciation. For example, a firm's computer depreciates each year. When it breaks down or becomes obsolete, it has a net salvage value; it is calculated by the best guess of the net cash inflow when it is sold at the end of its life after taxes.

In price regulated industries, the salvage value may be a negative value because it includes the net cash outflow in removing the asset from where it was used. For example, nuclear energy plants must store the nuclear waste at the end of their useful life. This cost is a contributing factor in the salvage value. In such a case, the net salvage value is zero. See also: Absolute physical life, Obsolescence.
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We have applied to the CTA for a non-binding net salvage value determination to assist in informing the agreements and to extend our negotiation timeline.
For the gas-powered vehicle, assume that the annual after-tax cash flow is $6,000, regardless of whether the new bill passes; further, assume that the net salvage value for this asset would be $3,000 with and $4,000 without the bill.
The 5,500-tonne cargo - which has been lying 1,000 metres below sea-level since the Francois Vieljeux sank off the north coast of Spain nearly 30 years ago - has a net salvage value of $30m (pounds 15.
With the lease agreement, municipalities represented by Wheatland have agreed to withdraw an appeal regarding the line's net salvage value that had been submitted to the Federal Court of Appeal, as well as a petition to the federal cabinet of Canada.
This unit has been recorded in the financial statements as demonstration equipment and will be depreciated to its net salvage value over its expected useful life (approximately three years).
Await the Canadian Transportation Agency's (CTA) decisions on the net salvage value of the Arborfield, Chelan and Cudworth subdivisions in Saskatchewan.
The following table presents the estimated future asset retirement obligations and estimated net salvage values at various discount rates:
2 The Supervisory Committee considered that such changes in the estimated useful lives and estimated net salvage values of the fixed assets were made pursuant to the accounting standards of other enterprises in the industry in combination with the actual situation of the Company.