EBITDA Valuation Calculator - Hilton Smythe

EBITDA Valuation Calculator

What is an EBITDA calculator?

An EBITDA calculator tool is a free online tool that allows you to input your company details to provide you with a value for your EBITDA. Our calculator is a quick and easy tool that does the working out for you.

What is EBITDA?

EBITDA stands for Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation and Amortisation. It is a calculation that shows a company’s bottom line and performance in a given year – essentially, income after operational expenses.

An EBITDA calculation allows potential buyers and investors to see how well a company can service debt alongside its operational profitability.

How do you calculate company EBITDA?

To calculate your company’s EBITDA, you can use our free EBITDA online calculator tool and input your figures. The details you’ll need are specifically:

  • Net income
  • Interest and tax expenses
  • Depreciation figures
  • Amortisation from a financial statement

Alternatively, you can speak with a business broker to obtain a more detailed company EBITDA valuation.

Company EBITDA valuations by Hilton Smythe

Our EBITDA valuation calculator allows you to get a quick and accurate figure for your business. You can get an online business EBITDA valuation in under 1 minute with our tool, or you can get in touch and book in for a more in depth meeting with our brokers.

You can also learn more about business valuation methods in our detailed blog posts

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