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Depreciation Rate Chart As Per Companies Act 2013

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Definition of Depreciation

Depreciation is the systematic allocation of the depreciable amount of an asset over its useful life. The depreciable amount of an asset is the cost of an asset or other amount substituted for cost, less its residual value. The useful life of an asset is the period over which an asset is expected to be available for use by an entity, or the number of production or similar units expected to be obtained from the asset by the entity. For the purpose of this Schedule, the term depreciation includes amortization.

Calculation of Depreciation

Depreciation is Calculated as per the provisions of income tax act for income tax return and companies are calculated as per companies act. So Depreciation is calculated by two method one is as per companies act or one is as per income tax act. Today we provide depreciation chart as per income tax act for easily calculate depreciation.

Provisions of Depreciation As per Companies Act 2013

As per Companies Act 2013 Depreciation calculation is not mandatory But every company is calculated depreciation. So All firms who furnish return of companies (ROC Return) is calculate depreciation as per companies act

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  1. Hi i want to know use full life of Aqua guard for Depreciation calculation.

  2. Hi
    I am doing job in pvt. ltd. co. i want to know that which act applied for calculation of depreciation companies act or income tax act so please guide me and also companies act when applied and income tax act when ?

    • both are applied.
      for filling return to ROC companies act depreciation shcedule is mandatory,and if Tax audit is mandatory then it is required to fill return as per Income tax act and depreciation schedule of both as per it act and companies act is required.

  3. Hiii

    If asset is purchased before 31.03.2014 then what is the treatment of depreciation on that asset. whether rate of depreciation be changed after 31.03.2014?

    one more thing

    whether depreciation provision is of co. act 2013 have retrospective effect and if any difference is arised in amount as per old provision and amount as per new provision whether that difference will be transferred to Retained Earnings?

  4. Hi
    I want to know whether it is applicable on section 25 companies.

  5. what u meand by residual value

  6. What to do if company has not prepared individual asset wise detail and had showed net balance of all plant and machines under one figure
    Any short method to calculate depreciation in this case

  7. i need new company act depreciation rate chart.

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