The age of the electrical equipment at the water towers has exceeded or is approaching the end of its useful life
It would be difficult to establish a useful life
for valued and treasured pieces of art that were already hundreds of years old.
Total cost of ownership represents all of the costs to own and operate a piece of equipment over its useful life
31, 2005, is based on such inputs as the average cost of military equipment, total program expenditures, and the useful life
of the equipment.
As under the current regulations, costs incurred to acquire or produce real or tangible personal property having a useful life
substantially beyond the end of the taxable year must be capitalized.
After the cartridges are refilled to the end of their useful life
, OfficeMax will take them to recyclers who break down the materials without filling up another landfill.
Description of industry trends and competitive pressures that may affect the useful life
of the know-how.
new technical requirements and procedures for assessing the in-service conformity of heavy-duty engine emission control systems over defined useful life
periods appropriate for the vehicle in which the engine is installed; and
Generally Accepted Accounting Principles characterize a capital cost as an expenditure that has a useful life
greater than one year, is material in value and extends the useful life
of the asset or increases its value.
The useful life
of a tape cartridge is expressed in terms of full file passes and differs by technology platform.
A building's system is said to be past its useful life
when it has failed (the roof is leaking) or when it is in such a deteriorated condition that failure is imminent (the HVAC controls are not expected to last through the year).
The therapeutically useful life
of the Tempur-Med mattress is guaranteed for 7 years.