Earnings Before Interest, Depreciation And Amortization (EBIDA)

Earnings Before Interest, Depreciation And Amortization (EBIDA),

Definition of Earnings Before Interest, Depreciation And Amortization (EBIDA):

Pre-interest earnings, depreciation and amnesty (EBIDA) is a way of earning for a company that increases interest, depreciation and deductible expenses on net income. However, this includes taxes. This index is not as well known or used as a match, ie earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA).

  • Pre-interest earnings, depreciation and amnesty (EBIDA) is a method of revenue that incorporates interest and depreciation / amortization into net income.
  • EBEDDA should be more conservative than its counterpart in EBITDA, as the former is usually always younger.
  • EBEDA's action dispelled the impression that taxpayers' money could be used to pay off debts.
  • However, analysts do not usually use EBIDA, but choose EBITDA or EBIT.

Literal Meanings of Earnings Before Interest, Depreciation And Amortization (EBIDA)

Earnings:

Meanings of Earnings:
  1. Charges for work or services.

Sentences of Earnings
  1. Compensation for lost profits

Synonyms of Earnings

salary, gross pay, income, wages, net pay, take-home pay, stipend, pay

Before:

Meanings of Before:
  1. During a period that precedes a particular event or moment.

  2. In front of someone or something.

  3. During the past tense (a given event or moment)

  4. First.

  5. Priority with higher priority.

  6. Before when

  7. Most like (some special work)

Sentences of Before
  1. It's been six years since I last played this game

  2. They started running around the city, the guards were running back and forth

  3. He should rest before eating

  4. Methadone is tucked in front of it

  5. He was on the streets for four days before his arrest

Synonyms of Before

prior to, in expectation of, in front of, before then, up to now, until then, previous to, in preference to, in preparation for, in the presence of, preparatory to, preliminary to, earlier than, in anticipation of, in the sight of, until now, over, up to then, instead of, previously, sooner than, above, before now, rather than

Interest:

Meanings of Interest:
  1. Creating curiosity or attention

  2. The state of wanting to know or learn something or someone.

  3. Amount that is paid for using a loan borrowed from a permanently repaid amount or for delaying the repayment of loans.

  4. Benefits or benefits of a person or group.

  5. Interest, action or interest in a company, primarily financial.

  6. A group or organization that has a particular common concern, especially in politics or business.

Sentences of Interest
  1. I think Eric might be interested in the book.

  2. He looks around with interest

  3. Integration is not in the public interest

  4. Voters must declare their interests

  5. Code of National Interests in India, Brazil and Africa

Synonyms of Interest

attract, profits, heed, absorption, intrigue, share, returns, of benefit to, investment, undivided attention, dividends, claim, attentiveness, portion, for the benefit of, fascinate, stock, notice, equity, stake

Depreciation:

Meanings of Depreciation:
  1. Asset value declines over time, mainly due to wear and tear.

Sentences of Depreciation
  1. Expected assets are expected to depreciate

Synonyms of Depreciation

tumble, devaluation, markdown, devaluing, slump, reduction in value, downswing, cheapening, downturn, drop, plunge, decrease in value, decline, lowering in value, reduction

And:

Meanings of And:
  1. A boolean operator that returns one if and only if all operations are one, otherwise zero.

  2. It is used to include words in the same part of a speech, sentence or sentence that need to be put together.

  3. Used to offer additional comments or interactions.

  4. It is used to indicate intention after some verbs and before other verbs, "no"

Sentences of And
  1. If he had to make a decision, and it was the worst, he would turn his back on his parents.

Synonyms of And

also, together with, besides, along with, coupled with, too, not to mention, including, with, added to, as well as, and, in addition to

Amortization:

Meanings of Amortization:
  1. Measure or process additional depreciation for the cost of the asset.

  2. The process or process used to reduce or cancel debts with regular payments

  3. The period in which the loan is reduced or canceled through regular installments.

Sentences of Amortization
  1. Due to amortization, you are the landlord at the end of the payment term.