Earnings before Interest after Taxes (EBIAT) - Definition

EBIAT is a measure of a company's operating performance. Analysts use EBIAT (Earnings before Interest after Taxes) as means to measure the financial performance of the company without taking into consideration the effect of financing. The formula is as follows:

EBIAT = Revenue - Cost of Goods Sold - Expenses (including taxes and excluding interest)

It is worth noting that it is not included as a standard line item in the Accounting income statement.

Terms near "Earnings before Interest after Taxes (EBIAT)"

Earnings Before Interest and Taxes (EBIT)
Earnings before tax
Earnings calendar
Earnings cap
Earnings credit
Earnings credit rate (ECR)
Earnings drift
Earnings estimate
Earnings growth
Earnings management
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