With the help of depreciation, fixed capital can be measured. Depreciation is a measure of the consumption or wearing out of fixed capital. The total cost of using up (depreciating) an asset over its useful life is known as depreciation expense. So how do you calculate it? This blog post will go into detail on 7 insider tips to measure depreciation and give you some examples! #1: If you are just starting your business, then make sure that you have enough assets in place so that they don’t wear out too quickly. #2: You should also consider whether or not there are any tax benefits for depreciating certain assets before deciding which ones to use and when to use them. # This blog post will go into detail on some insider tips to measure depreciation. If you’re just starting a business and don’t have very many assets, make sure that those assets last as long as possible so they won’t wear out too quickly! You should also consider whether or not there are any tax benefits for depreciating certain assets before deciding which ones to use and when to use them. For example, if an asset is already fully depreciated (has been using up all its usefulness), then it can be sold without having to pay taxes on the sale because of depreciation cost deductions. How do I calculate Depreciation? – There are two methods: straight-line depreciation method or double-declining balance method.