EBITDA Margin Calculator

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Below is an EBITDA margin calculator to compute earnings before interest expenses, taxes, depreciation, and amortization margin. Enter a company's net earnings, interest expenses, amortization, depreciation, and tax payments in the period, and total revenues to compute the EBITDA margin.

What is the EBITDA Margin?

The EBITDA margin is a measure of a company's Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation, and Amortization (or EBITDA) as a percentage of its revenues. EBITDA is a modified measure of earnings that adjusts for taxes and the company's choice of capitalization by normalizing interest, and adds back amortization – the write-off of intangible assets – and depreciation – the write-off of tangible assets.

EBIT, EBITA, and EBITDA (and their further variants) all arguably show a company's situation better – or, in the case of a turnaround, before – than using net profit margins. EBITDA is arguably a closer measure to free cash flow, although the timing of purchases means the measures will differ.

EBITDA Margin Formula

The formula for EBITDA margin is:

EBITDA\ =net\ income+interest\ expense+tax\ expense\\+depreciation+amortization\\~\\
EBITDA\ Margin=\frac{EBITDA}{revenue}

Where:

• Net Income: Net income from the income statement
• Revenue: The company's top line sales
• Tax Expense: The amount paid in taxes
• Amortization: The amount the company listed as amortization in the period at hand
• Depreciation: The amount the company depreciated in the current period
• Interest Expense: Amount the company paid to service its debt in the period

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