Accelerated Cost Recovery Schedule


Accelerated Cost Recovery Schedule
учет, гос. фин., амер. = Accelerated Cost Recovery System

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abbrev.: ACRS accelerated cost recovery schedule/system график ускоренного восстановления стоимости: метод ускоренной амортизации (США); система восстановления стоимости актива с помощью налоговых вычетов в течение срока, который короче срока полезной жизни этого актива; различают 7 классов ускоренной амортизации по срокам в зависимости от вида актива; система также иногда называется "правилом 3-5-10", т. к. срок амортизации автомобилей равен 3 годам, оборудования - 5 лет, зданий - 10 лет; данная система была введена в 1981 г. Законом об экономическом подъеме и налогах (модифицирована в 1986 г.) и действовала для активов, введенных в действие в 1980-1987 гг.; см. asset depreciation range system;
double declining balance depreciation method;
Economic Recovery and Tax Act of 1981;

Англо-русский экономический словарь.

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