Earnings before Interest after Taxes (EBIAT)


An analysis of a company's operating performance where taxes are treated as an operating cost rather than on the proportion of debt to equity on the assumption that a company will not be allowed to operate if it does not pay taxes. It is calculated as a company's revenue minus overheads and tax liability. However, EBIAT ignores any interest paid on debt.
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