EBIDA

Definition

Earnings Before Interest, Depreciation And Amortization. By adding back interest and amortization payments as well as depreciation (a non-cash outflow expense), it allows the measurement of the cash that a company generates. It is more conservative than its more popular counterpart, EBITDA, which adds back tax payments as well.

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You should try and figure out what the ebida will be and decide if that is worth the time you will spend on it.

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After reviewing their EBIDA they were able to identify a positive trend for their cash flows and were excited for future growth.

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Measure removes the assumption that money paid in taxes could be used to pay down debt, makes you pay your debt and ask more information about EBIDA.

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