What is a depreciating asset's adjustable value?

An asset's adjustable value at a particular time is its cost less its decline in value up to that time. The adjustable value at the start of an income year (the opening adjustable value), is the same as its adjustable value at the end of the previous income year. The adjustable value of a newly acquired asset is generally the asset's cost.

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