179 and straight-line depreciation
: $100,000 * (Sec.
1250 gain is the amount of capital gain that would have been taxed at ordinary income rates under the old laws if the old laws applied to straight-line depreciation
. After this entire component of the gain is recognized, the remaining gain will then be recognized and taxed at 20%.
courts have determined that although straight-line depreciation
Allowing for an immaterial difference in the initial year, North Carolina's convention for bonus depreciation is essentially straight-line depreciation
over six years, regardless of the modified accelerated cost recovery system (MACRS) recovery period.
As a general rule, the cost of commercial real estate improvements is recovered over 39 years via straight-line depreciation
There are four possible accounting methods, all of which employ straight-line depreciation
with various lives (four or five years) and with various salvage values ($0 or $1,000).
A building, termed "section 1250 property", is generally 39-year property eligible for straight-line depreciation
and equipment or furniture termed "section 1245 property", is personal property.
(2.) The two companies use different depreciation policies: HJ depreciates its noncurrent assets using straight-line depreciation
at the rate of 20 per cent of cost with no residual value; KL uses the reducing-balance method at 25 per cent per annum.
However, the IRS looks more closely at a business choosing alternative depreciation methods, even straight-line depreciation
for newly-acquired property, rather than using the no-questions-asked modified asset cost recovery system.
The fees are basically straight-line depreciation
of the cost of each asset over its expected useful life, modified by an inflation factor.
In respect of the economic life of its assets, Telecom has depreciating fixed assets (at 30.6.2006) with an aggregate historic cost of $11,000m, aggregate depreciated historic cost of $3200m, depreciation of $538m, and it uses the straight-line depreciation