What is EBITDA?

What is EBITDA? EBITDA is a company’s Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation and Amortisation.

It is a measure commonly used to evaluate a company’s operating profitability as it attempts to remove non-operating income and expenses. All the information required to calculate EBITDA is available on the income statement. In addition, it can be used as a proxy for free cash flow from operations.

EBITDA is often used to compare with other companies or industry averages as it enables a more comparable number due to being operational performance only.

Further Details & Company Data

For more detailed information, including training, templates and company figures, visit one of the below sites or software providers:

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CFI – Corporate Finance InstituteTraining, detailed explanations & templatesCFI Website
FinboxDetailed company financials & modelsFinbox Website
TradingViewBasic company financials & chartsTradingView Financials
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