Adjusted EBITDA Template

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Adjusted EBITDA Template

This adjusted EBITDA template will guide you through the calculation of adjusted EBITDA by removing any one-time items from EBITDA.

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Adjusted EBITDA is a financial metric that includes the removal of various one-time, irregular, and non-recurring items from EBITDA (Earnings Before Interest Taxes, Depreciation, and Amortization). The purpose of adjusting EBITDA is to get a normalized number that is not distorted by irregular gains, losses, or other items. It is frequently used in valuation by financial analysts, investment bankers, and other finance professionals.

What’s Excluded in Adjusted EBITDA?

The adjustments that are made to EBITDA can vary widely by industry, company time, and case by case. Some examples of items are that commonly adjusted for include:

  • Non-operating income
  • Unrealized gains or losses
  • Non-cash expenses
  • One-time gains or losses
  • Share-based compensation (which is a subject of frequent debate)
  • Litigation expenses
  • Special donations
  • Above-market owners’ compensation (private companies)
  • Goodwill impairments
  • Asset write-downs
  • Foreign exchanges gains or losses

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