# Depreciation Overview

Depreciation is the periodic, systematic expiration of the cost of a company’s fixed assets (except for land). Learn more about what depreciation is and is not in this tutorial. Continue reading

Depreciation is the periodic, systematic expiration of the cost of a company’s fixed assets (except for land). Learn more about what depreciation is and is not in this tutorial. Continue reading

This Formula Solver walks you through the steps for calculating depreciation with the Units-of-Production method. Use your own values for purchase price, salvage value, expected lifetime units, and current year units to check your homework answers. Continue reading

This Formula Solver walks you through the steps to calculate depreciation with the sum-of-the-years-digits method (SYD). Use your own numbers for the purchase price, salvage value, and years of life to find the depreciation for an asset in a given year. Continue reading

Use this Bottomless Worksheet to get countless hours of practice on calculating depreciation using the sum-of-the-years-digits method (SYD). Get ten new problems whenever you need them, along with an answer key — both of which you can print! Continue reading

Get endless practice on finding annual depreciation from the purchase price, salvage value, and years of life using the straight-line depreciation method. Ten new problems, a printed copy, and an answer sheet are all a button-click away. Continue reading

Calculating straight-line depreciation just got easier with this Formula Solver. We’ll walk you through the steps, using your numbers for the purchase price, salvage value, and years of life to find the annual depreciation for an asset. Continue reading

This Formula Solver walks you through the steps to calculate depreciation with the double declining balance method. Use your own numbers for the current value, salvage value, and years of life to find the depreciation for an asset in the current year. Continue reading

Get endless hours of practice on calculating depreciation using the double declining balance method with this Bottomless Worksheet. Get ten new problems whenever you need them, along with an answer key — both of which you can print! Continue reading

Answer a series of basic questions, and this virtual consultant will advise you which depreciation method to use — straight line, sum of the years’ digits, units of production, or declining balance — while teaching you about each one. Continue reading

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