Depreciation application procedure, accounting, Basic Statistics

Depreciation Application procedure.

Under this technique devaluation is incurred immediately to the Resources Consideration for example if 10% of devaluation is being incurred on Fixtures of Rs. 50000 then the Rs. 5000/- will be debited to the devaluation Consideration while the same about will be acknowledged to the Fixtures account which will decrease the price of furniture to Rs. 45000/- as its Publication value.

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