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Tool Depreciation

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The depreciation factor can help you out when you buy more expensive quality tools. A high-quality tool usually will depreciate less, as a percentage of its purchase price, than a lower-priced tool. This means you can use that quality tool over the years and, if you resell it, you recover a higher percentage of its cost than with a lower-quality tool.

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