recapture rate

recapture rate

In appraisal, used to describe the rate of recovery of an investment in a wasting asset—one that becomes less valuable because it is used up,like an oil lease.

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Alternatively, the low adult recapture rate may also be because adult hawksbills only visit CNP as a stopover during longer migrations to areas outside of the Park.
In total, 56 juveniles were recaptured on one or several occasions, resulting in a general recapture rate of 23.8%.
One of the biggest sources of pride for Carla Wise, Freedom's executive vice president in charge of servicing, is the company's customer recapture rate, which she says exceeds 50 percent.
Multi-state models estimate survival rate (S), recapture rate (p), transition probabilities between condition states (W) and reporting rate (r), which is the probability that a bear which dies is reported.
The rapid decline in recapture rate and recapture frequency over the 3 nights in the summer suggests that the cumulative metabolic stress from trawl activities was likely beyond its physiological threshold to cause death or to prolong the recovery phase.
1245, subjecting it to an ordinary income tax rate potentially higher than the 25% recapture rate for real property under Sec.
In 1997, when Congress reduced the maximum tax rate on long-term capital gains to 20 percent (for assets held more than 12 months), it imposed a 25 percent depreciation recapture rate on the portion of the gain assigned to the depreciable portion of a property.
When capital gains tax rates were reduced to 15 percent from 20 percent in 2003, the deprecia-tion recapture rate remained at 25 percent.
Overall recapture rate was 14.5% and individual recapture rate was 12.4% (to date the highest recapture rate achieved for this species).