depreciated replacement cost method


depreciated replacement cost method
turto pakeitimo išlaidų atimant nusidėvėjimo vertę skaičiavimo būdas statusas T sritis turto vertinimas apibrėžtis Išlaidų metodo vertės skaičiavimo būdas, kuriuo turto vertė nustatoma iš apskaičiuotų turto pakeitimo sąnaudų atimant fizinio ir bet kokio kitokio nusidėvėjimo vertę. atitikmenys: angl. depreciated replacement cost method ryšiai: susijęs terminasturto pakeitimo išlaidos susijęs terminasišlaidų metodas šaltinis Tarptautiniai vertinimo standartai (2011)

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