RETIREMENT METHOD OF DEPRECIATION
An accounting procedure in which an asset is expensed for depreciation purposes only when it is removed from service instead of allocating its costs across the useful life of the asset. The depreciation expense must be reduced by the asset's salvage value, if any. Public utilities and railroads are the main types of businesses that might use this type of depreciation.
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