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How to calculate depreciation as per Diminishing value method in Australia for Tax Asset Book

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Summary: How to calculate depreciation as per diminishing value method in Australia for Tax Asset Book

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  1. As per straight line - If Asset cost is $80000; life is 5 years, depreciation every year would come to 80000/5=16000 a year.
  2. As per Diminishing value method - If Asset cost is $80000; life is 5 years, the claim for the first year will be:

$80,000 × (365 ÷ 365) × (200% ÷ 5) = $80,000 × 40% = $32,000.

The claim for the second year will be: $48,000 × (365 ÷ 365) × (200% ÷ 5) = $48,000 × 40% = $19,200

In the third year, the base value will be $28,800 and the claim will be $11,520.

In the fourth year, the base value will be $17,280 and the claim will be $6,912.

This will continue until the value reaches zero.

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