age-life depreciation


A technique for estimating all forms of depreciation sustained by an asset. The effective age of the property is divided by the economic life of the property. For example, if the roof of an income is effectively 5 years old, and it used a total economic life of 25 years, it is 20 percent (25 divided by 5) depreciated based on an age-life depreciation calculation.
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