Wal-Mart Stores consumes the services of the store building over time in generating revenues. It depreciates the acquisition cost minus estimated salvage value of the building over the building"s useful life. Salvage value is the estimated value of the building at the end of its useful life. Firms do not depreciate salvage values. Instead, firms compare the proceeds of selling the building at the end of its useful life with its carrying value (that is, its salvage value) to compute a gain or loss on the sale.

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