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Depreciation for Printer

keshav (propreitor) (24 Points)

25 May 2010  

printer connt be a part of the compurter it sd be depreciated @ 15%, due to know a days printers are manufectured not only for the printing lot of other facilities some of the companies using printer other than  printing maximum.


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Rachit (Analyst) (908 Points)
Replied 25 May 2010

Depreciation @ 60% can be availed on computer printers

Deepika Agarwal (CA practice) (93 Points)
Replied 25 May 2010

it is the part of computer so depreciates at 60%.

Shudhanshu Agrawal (Business) (2570 Points)
Replied 25 May 2010

Originally posted by : keshav

printer connt be a part of the compurter it sd be depreciated @ 15%, due to know a days printers are manufectured not only for the printing lot of other facilities some of the companies using printer other than  printing maximum.

 If printer cann't be used wthout computer then it will be treated as peripheral and depreciation will be @ 60% but if it can be used seprately then depreciation can be claimed @ 15%.

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Nishant Tanna (Article) (33 Points)
Replied 25 May 2010

whether it is charge depn as per office equipment or computer

BHUMIT GANGAR (STUDENT) (39 Points)
Replied 25 May 2010

If printer cann't be used wthout computer then it will be treated as peripheral and depreciation will be @ 60% but if it can be used seprately then depreciation can be claimed @ 15%.

Roopesh.V.Naik (Chartered Accountant) (189 Points)
Replied 25 May 2010

There are certain type of printers which can be used only as part of computer. Without a computer, printer has no use. There are also other type of printers, ie. (printer + photcpying facility).These type of printers can be used as a photocopying machine. These factors should be considered before deciding on15% or 60% rates.

Gauav Aggarwal (ACA) (374 Points)
Replied 25 May 2010

60 %

CA LOVELY ARORA (C.A. B.Com (H) Graduate)   (2141 Points)
Replied 25 May 2010

both rates i.e. 15% or 60% are acceptable..........

Somaas Kandan (CA Final) (375 Points)
Replied 25 May 2010

If Computer Printer then 60%  or 10% as Office Equipments.

C.Balaji (Learner) (1862 Points)
Replied 25 May 2010

I do think... it is 60% only....

sagar (CA Final) (379 Points)
Replied 25 May 2010

A computer is integrated by differnt input and output system. Printer being an out put forms a part of computer. Without computer a printer does not have any meaning.

Hence printer can be charged depreciation at 60% along with computer. However UPS is having alternative use of power supply and thus it is not a part of input and output system. thus it should be charged at 15% depreciation.

CMA.Baskar.V (Cost Accountant) (395 Points)
Replied 25 May 2010

I agree with As Mr.Roopsh point of view.

Before deciding rate of depreciation rate of printer, we need to check functionally of Printer. Now days, printer are come up with other facility also like scanning, Copier system, etc.

If printer with other facility, we need to classify under office equipment, not under computer

CA Amit Kumar Khaitan (Research Analyst) (360 Points)
Replied 25 May 2010

Printer can only be used in conjunction with some computing devices... 15% not feasible for it... 60% should be the rate..........

harish sharma (student) (58 Points)
Replied 26 May 2010

dear 

it is a queaction of fact that whether a printer is a part of computer or not 

if it will be considered as a part of computer than it will be elligible for 60% dep

otherwise 15%.

in my view and as per IT act computer does not include printer. a printer is a part of computer system which is connected with a computer.

hence a printer is elligible for 15% dep.


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