( Accounting : Tax )
Tax depreciation is taken as an expense on your tax return each year for whatever depreciable assets
Tax depreciation deductions are greater than book depreciation expense amounts early in the life of
a depreciable asset, but that situation reverses in later years.
Tax depreciation is depreciation in a company's internal financial records that is different from
the amount that is used for the internal books.
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