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EBITD is very similar toÂ earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA),Â but the latter calculation excludes amortization.
The difference betweenÂ amortizationÂ and depreciation is subtle, but worth noting. Depreciation relates to the expensing of theÂ original costÂ of aÂ tangible assetÂ over its useful life, while amortization is the expense ofÂ an intangible asset'sÂ cost over itsÂ useful life.Â Intangible assetsÂ include, but are not limited to, goodwill andÂ patents, and are unlikely to represent a large expense for most firms. Using either the EBITD or EBITDA measures should yield similar results.
companyâs EBITD is determined by looking at line items on its income statement. For example, Company X reported sales revenue of $10 million for a given year, with an operating profit of $6 million after deducting expenses such as employee salaries of $2 million, rent and utilities of $1 million and depreciation of $1 million. Company X will pay $500,000 in taxes. Its EBITD would be calculated by taking the operating profit of $6 million and adding back the depreciation and taxes for an EBITD of $7,500,000.
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