Units of Activity Depreciation Calculator

The free units of activity depreciation calculator, available for download below in Excel format, is used to compute the depreciation cost per unit, and the depreciation expense based on the level of activity or usage of an asset.

Units of Production Depreciation Calculator

The free units of production depreciation calculator, available for download below in Excel format, is used to compute the depreciation per unit, and the depreciation expense based on the level of production output of a business.

Units of Production Depreciation Method

The units of production depreciation method is used to calculate the annual depreciation expense of property, plant and equipment based on its usage, and is sometimes referred to as the units of activity depreciation method or the usage method of depreciation.

Changes in Depreciation Estimate

Depreciation is calculated based on the chosen method of depreciation, and on estimates of an assets useful life and salvage value.

When there is an indication that a change in depreciation method, salvage value, or estimated useful life is necessary, then the business should revise its depreciation estimates accordingly.

Depreciation Depletion and Amortization

The terms depreciation depletion and amortization are often used to mean the same thing, the reduction in the value of an asset.

Most assets have a limited life and therefore reduce in value over time. An estimate of this reduction in value is charged as an expense to the income statement account each accounting period.

To be more specific about the terms depreciation depletion and amortization, we will look at an example of each.

Declining Balance Depreciation Calculator

Depreciation is a business expense reflecting the wear and tear of long term assets as they are used within the business.

The Excel declining balance depreciation calculator, available for download below, is used to compute the annual depreciation charge using the declining method, based on a calculated rate designed to write the asset down to its salvage value over its useful life.

Double Declining Balance Depreciation Calculator

Depreciation is a business expense reflecting the wear and tear of long term assets as they are used within the business.

The Excel double declining balance depreciation calculator, available for download below, is used to compute the annual depreciation charge using the double declining method.

Straight Line Depreciation Calculator

Depreciation is a business expense reflecting the wear and tear of long term assets as they are used within the business.

The Excel straight line depreciation calculator, available for download below, is used to compute the annual depreciation charge and implied depreciation rate for an asset using the straight line method.

Declining Balance Depreciation

The declining balance method sometimes referred to as reducing balance, is a commonly used method of calculating the depreciation charge for an asset.

The depreciation charge is given by the declining balance method formula as follows:

Straight Line Depreciation

The straight line depreciation method is used to calculate the annual depreciation expense of long term assets such as property, plant, and equipment.

Straight Line Depreciation Tables

The straight line depreciation tables below act as a quick reference to help you calculate straight line depreciation. The values are based on the straight line depreciation formula as follows: