HALF-YEAR CONVENTION FOR DEPRECIATION
A depreciation schedule that treats all property acquired during the year as being acquired exactly in the middle of the year. This means that only half of the full-year depreciation is allowed in the first year, with the remaining balance being deducted in the final year of the depreciation schedule, or the year that the property is sold.
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