EBITDA Calculator

EBITDA Calculator

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  • About EBITDA

    What is EBITDA?

    Favök is a financial indicator that stands for “profit before interest, depreciation and tax” and is abbreviated using initials. It is an indicator that enables businesses to compare profitability and operational efficiency.

    How to Calculate EBITDA?

    We need gross profit, general administrative expenses, marketing expenses, and depreciation to calculate EBITDA.
    EBITDA = (Gross Profit - General Management Expenses - Marketing Expenses) + It can be calculated with the depreciation formula.

    How to interpret EBITDA?

    EBITDA is the financial indicator that shows how much profit a business has earned from the business in which it is truly engaged. To explain a little bit more, the net profit of a manufacturing company can be quite high, but if we calculate EBITDA, it is quite low compared to net profit, it is possible to say that it made high profit from sales in different areas rather than production. In other words, it may be possible to evaluate whether a business is really successful in the business area according to the results of the EBITDA calculation. Of course, EBITDA will never and never be enough, it is just an indication. But with more detailed reports, information about the business can be made and comments can be made.

    EBITDA Calculation Example

    For a clearer understanding of the EBITDA calculation issue, we want to explain it through the example. First of all, we can obtain the values that we will use in the EBITDA account from the income statement, which is one of the financial reports reported to KAP . As an example, let's take a look at the financial report reported by Sabancı Holding, one of the well-established companies of our country, for the first 9 months of 2019. The points we need to find in the financial report are the units that we will use in the EBITDA calculation formula. When we look at these, respectively;

    Name in the Report Amount
    Gross Profit (Loss) 13.158.299
    General and administrative expenses -5.658.196
    Marketing Expenses -1.658.905
    Amortization and Amortization Amendments 1.040.854

    The important point here will be negative as marketing expenses and general administrative expenses. We should write the absolute value of these when writing in place in the formula.
    If we put it in our formula;
    EBITDA = (13.158.299 - 5.658.196 - 1.658.905) + 1.040.854
    EBITDA = 6.882.052.