Annual depreciation

Annual depreciation is the standard yearly rate at which depreciation is charged to a fixed asset. This rate is consistent from year to year if the straight-line method is used. If an accelerated method is used, then annual depreciation will spike early, and then decline in later years. The result of annual depreciation is that the book values of fixed assets gradually decline over time.

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