The basic journal entry for depreciation is to debit the Depreciation Expense account (which appears in the income statement) and credit the Accumulated Depreciation account (which appears in the balance sheet as a contra account that reduces the amount of fixed assets).

## What is the depreciation rate on vehicles?

Part A Tangible Assets:

Asset Type Rate of Depreciation
Motor cars, other than those used in a business of running them on hire, acquired on or after the 23rd day of August, 2019 but before the 1st day of April, 2020 and is put to use before the 1st day of April, 2020. 30%
Aeroplanes, Aero Engines 40%

## How do you calculate depreciation on car tax?

For example, say you bought a car for \$10,000 at the start of the financial year. In the first year, your car has depreciated 25%, so by \$2,500. Subtract that depreciation from the \$10,000 purchase price to get \$7,500 – this is the ‘written down value’ of the car.

## What is the depreciation rate per mile?

The average car can depreciate as much of \$0.08 per mile, according to some sources. This means, of course, that your depreciation costs will be higher the more you drive.

## How is depreciation calculated under Income Tax Act?

While the asset acquired in earlier year WDV shall be equal to the actual cost incurred less depreciation allowed under the Act….Written down value method (Block wise)

Asset A 3,00,000
Asset B 5,00,000
Asset C 7,00,000
Total /td>
Less: Depreciation @ 25% of /td>

(3,75,000)

## What is unabsorbed depreciation with example?

03 January 2012 Unabsorbed depreciation means when the business profit is not sufficient to cover even depreciation expense. Eg 1. Business profit before depreciation Rs. 100 lakhs.

## Is depreciation mandatory under Companies Act?

Companies are required to calculate depreciation as per Companies Act as well as Income Tax Act. The methods and amount of depreciation differ under both the statutes. If company is following straight line method of depreciation then the amount of depreciation will remain same for all years in accounts.