Recovery Period

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Recovery Period

The period during which a company depreciates an asset. That is, the recovery period is that during which a company is able to write off a portion of an asset's value each year until the end of that asset's useful life. The length of the recovery period varies from asset to asset, and is often set by the IRS. It often bears only a rough relationship to the time during which the asset can actually be used. See also: MACRS.

recovery period

The stipulated period during which a company fully depreciates an asset. Recovery periods for various kinds of assets are established by the government and often bear only a loose relationship to the profitable life of an asset.

Recovery Period

The period of years over which the cost of business assets is written off under ACRS or MACRS.
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While focus can certainly be placed on the exercise itself (3,6), it might be that multiple recovery periods have a more prominent effect on fat oxidation and weight loss.
Currently this does not follow real world scenarios since in TKD tournaments, recovery periods of various durations are allowed.
The rules to apply to the exchanged basis then depend on how recovery periods and depreciation methods of the exchanged properties compare.
2] and 10 nonobese men with a BMI less than 25 had their stature measured at 3-minute intervals during two 30minute walks and two 30-minute standing recovery periods.
2] and 10 monobese men with a BMI less than 25 had their stature measured at 3-minute intervals during two 30-minute walks and two 30-minute standing recovery periods.
In this study, hematocrit was measured before the exercise and during the two recovery periods.
But knocking back one-minute bouts on the track can work for you if your recovery periods are sufficiently short.
The converted property is subject to the MACRS depreciation methods, recovery periods and placed-in-service conventions applicable in the change year.
Since World War II, these recovery periods have lasted an average of three to four years.
Previous research understated the rate of economic depreciation, and thus overstated the appropriate recovery periods, because it neglected to account for the substantial expenditures devoted to building improvements after original construction, Deloitte says.
Accordingly, such authorities are applied to assign appropriate recovery classes or recovery periods to the assets at issue.