Why EBITDA matters?


What is EBITDA? Why it Matters? [PDF Inside] Calculation, Limitations, Interpretation, & Case Studies

EBITDA stands for Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation, and Amortization. It’s essentially a way of looking at a company’s financial health through a specific lens. Imagine it as a financial x-ray that strips away financing choices, tax complexities, and accounting estimates, allowing us to focus on the core operational muscle of the business. By excluding these non-operating factors, EBITDA gives us a clearer picture of how efficiently a company generates cash through its core business activities.

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