Depreciation tax shield, Microeconomics

Depreciation Tax Shield

The decrease in corporate income taxes suitable to the deductibility of depreciation from the firm's taxable earnings.  Although depreciation is a noncash expense, the decrease in taxes presents the cash flow effect of a firm's depreciation expense.

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