Below the Surface: the Neglected Parts

Items below EBITDA

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Often in a financial due diligence, the analysis is done until EBITDA which is the relevant operational indicator. Items below EBITDA can “easily” be changed depending on the tax environment, the financing structure, and the asset base. But understanding the items below EBITDA helps understand what happens between EBITDA and net income.




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