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Double-declining-balance depreciation method (DDB)

Definition: [crh] An accounting methodology in which the depreciation rate used is double the rate used under the straight-line method. In additioDefinition: n, the rate is applied to the full purchase cost of the asset, whereas under the straight-line method the rate is applied to the cost net of salvage value.

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