cost depletion

cost depletion
эк. прир., учет, гос. фин. метод единицы истощения, затратное начисление истощения* (метод списания стоимости природных ресурсов на истощение для целей налогообложения, при котором списываемая в данном отчетном периоде сумма определяется исходя из количественной оценки запасов полезного ископаемого и определения доли общей стоимости запасов, которая должна быть отнесена на объем добычи за данный период; напр., если фирма вложила $50 000 в скважину с оценочными запасами в 120 000 баррелей нефти, а ликвидационная стоимость скважины оценивается в $6000 и в данном году было извлечено 12 000 баррелей нефти, то фирма может списать на истощение $4400=($50 000 — $6000) * (12 000/120 000))
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истощение природных ресурсов, подсчитанное как общая сумма запасов за вычетом потребленных ресурсов за определенный период; percentage depletion.
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налоговая скидка на истощение природных ресурсов

Англо-русский экономический словарь.

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  • Cost Depletion — One of two accounting methods used to allocate the costs of extracting natural resources, such as timber, minerals and oil, and to take those costs as a tax deduction. Cost depletion looks at the total amount of the resource to be extracted, how… …   Investment dictionary

  • cost depletion — A deduction for federal income tax allowed an owner of mineral or timber property. IRC § 612 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Depletion (accounting) — Depletion is an accounting concept used most often in mining, timber, petroleum, or other similar industries. The depletion deduction allows an owner or operator to account for the reduction of a product s reserves. Depletion is similar to… …   Wikipedia

  • Depletion — An accrual accounting method that companies use to allocate the cost of extracting natural resources such as timber, minerals and oil from the earth. Depletion is calculated for tax deduction and bookkeeping purposes. Unlike depreciation and… …   Investment dictionary

  • Depletion allowance —   A term for either (1) a periodic assignment to expense of recorded amounts or (2) an allowable income tax deduction that is related to the exhaustion of mineral reserves. Depletion is included as one of the elements of amortization. When used… …   Energy terms

  • cost — Expense; price. The sum or equivalent expended, paid or charged for something. See also actual cost costs net cost rate costing cost bond …   Black's law dictionary

  • cost — Expense; price. The sum or equivalent expended, paid or charged for something. See also actual cost costs net cost rate costing cost bond …   Black's law dictionary

  • Depletion gilding — is a method for producing a layer of nearly pure gold on an object made of gold alloy by removing the other metals from its surface. It is sometimes referred to as a surface enrichment process.[1] Contents 1 Process 2 Variations 3 …   Wikipedia

  • depletion — de·ple·tion /di plē shən/ n: the reduction of the value of the assets of a company engaged in removing natural resources (as by mining) because of the decrease over time of the natural resources (as coal) available in or on the land being worked… …   Law dictionary

  • depletion — An emptying, exhausting or wasting of assets. A reduction during taxable year of oil, gas or other mineral deposits or reserves (i.e., wasting assets) as a result of production. The process by which the cost or other basis of a natural resource… …   Black's law dictionary

  • depletion — An emptying, exhausting or wasting of assets. A reduction during taxable year of oil, gas or other mineral deposits or reserves (i.e., wasting assets) as a result of production. The process by which the cost or other basis of a natural resource… …   Black's law dictionary

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