EBIT stands for Earnings Before Interest and Taxes minus Operating Expenses.
EBITDA = Earnings Before Interest and Taxes + Depreciation and Amortization (D&A)
Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortisation (EBITDA) is an abbreviation for earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortisation.
EBIT is computed by subtracting a company's revenue from its cost of goods sold (COGS) and operational expenses. Operating revenue and non-operating income, less operating expenses, is another way to compute EBIT.
Both EBIT and EBITDA are extensively used to measure and compare a company's profitability. They can be valuable for demonstrating a company's ability to create profit from its core business after interest payments on debt, taxes, and—in the case of EBITDA—capital expenditure are removed.
Increasing your earnings before interest and taxes, or EBIT, is one approach to let your income statement shine. The higher your EBIT score, the more profitable your business operations are, and the more pleased potential lenders will be.
I would suggest Absolute reference in 13:30 for the calculation of percentage
Hafiz Muhammad Talha
kindly share your slides for revision
Sohel Khalid Nadaf
How to get dataset
I am looking for this course in Telugu language, Is there any possibilities in Telugu.
Nitesh kumar gupta
nice course all the video explained very well from scratch to advance
Overall Lectures are good but also provide the practicing spreadsheets for students.