Cheat Sheet for Calculating Fixed and Other Costs

Items should be depreciated financed for a period of

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Unformatted text preview: *I (C) F=(B*D) (G) H=(D-F)/(G) I=(D+F)/2 Total Fixed Cost L=H+J+K K=I*.014 (A) Disc Mower - 8' 100% 6250 6250 1000 1000 5 1050 3625 290 51 1391 17' Double Rake 100% 3750 3750 750 750 7 429 2250 180 32 640 Hay Tedder 100% 4500 4500 900 900 7 514 2700 216 38 768 Round Baler – Large 100% 21000 21000 5000 5000 5 3200 13000 1040 182 4422 Tractor - 100 hp 25% 53000 13250 10000 2500 10 1075 7875 630 110 1815 Tractor - 75 hp 25% 30000 7500 5000 1250 10 625 4375 350 61 1036 Front-end Loader w/Spear 50% 4500 2250 900 450 7 257 1350 108 19 384 Hay Trailers 50% 2500 1250 500 250 10 100 750 60 11 171 0% 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 $5,257 $27,350 $2,188 $383 $7,828 Other Total $45,250 $9,450 Frequently Asked Questions • • How long should I depreciate/finance certain items? Items should be depreciated (financed) for a period of time appropriate with their useful life. Generally speaking, the following list should offer some guidance on depreciation/financin...
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