Is the amount remaining after a depreciated useful life. It refers to the residual or recoverable value of a depreciated asset. Gross salvage value may be adjusted by a removal or disposal cost. This adjustment would lower the gross salvage value.
The amount which can reasonably be expected to be realized upon retirement of the asset.
Expected trade-in or market value when an asset is traded or disposed of (16.1).
The value of an item after it has been damagedâ€¢ Motor Vehicles
The estimated or actual residual value of items no longer able to be used for their original purpose, or at the end of their useful life.
See "residual value".
An estimate of the amount that will be realized at the end of the useful life of a depreciable asset.
A vehicle's value before damage is repaired. The salvage value is usually established by a bid from a salvage dealer.
The scrap value of an asset. Acquisition cost minus salvage value yields the total amount that an asset is depreciated over its useful life.
The remaining value of a piece of property (usually equipment) when it no longer is capable of performing the function or serving the purpose for which it was intended. It is the value of the component parts which may be retained for recycling, reprocessing, or which may be combined with salvageable parts from other comparable property to rebuild a similar piece of property.
Management's estimate of the amount that will be recovered at the end of a capital asset's useful life through a sale or as a trade-in allowance on the purchase of a new asset; also called residual or scrap value.
The estimated value of a property when the user completes their use of the property.
The value remaining in a piece of equipment or other asset at the end of its intended useful life.
Selling price assigned to retired fixed assets or merchandise unsalable through usual channels.
Estimated value that an asset will have at the end of its useful life.
The anticipated value of an asset at the end of its economic life.
The estimated value of a depreciable asset at the end of its useful life. Net salvage value is the asset's depreciated value minus the cost of disposing of or removing it.
The expected or realized value from selling a piece of equipment after a reasonable allowance for the exhaustion, tear and wear, and obsolescence of a depreciable asset.
The value of an asset after its useful life has expired.
Salvage value is the value of a capital asset at end of a specified period. Salvage value is also know as scrap value, trade-in value, and residual value. Salvage value is the current market price of an asset being considered for replacement in capital bu
The estimated value that will be realized upon the sale or other disposition of an asset at the end of its useful life.
An estimated value of property at the end of its useful life. Not used under MACRS.
The expected worth of a piece of property at the end of its economic life.
The estimated value of depreciated property after the end of its useful life.
The expected or realized value from selling a piece of equipment at a specific point in time.
The estimated selling price of an asset (such as plant or equipment) once its Book value has been fully Depreciated. Français: Valeur de récupération Español: Valor residual
Scrap value of plant and equipment.
The amount of money that is realized on the disposition of an asset at the end of its life
The residual value or selling price of an asset at the end of its useful life.
The value on which salvage is awarded. It generally means the value of ship and cargo when they have been brought to a place of safety by the salvors.