On an income statement, EBIT can be easily calculated by starting at the Earnings Before Tax line and adding to it any interest expenses the company may have incurred. EBITDA can be harder to calculate on the income statement. Depreciation and Amortization can be included in several spots on the income statement (in Cost of Goods Sold and as part of General & Administrative expenses for example), and therefore, requires special focus.
The easiest way to ensure you have the full depreciation and amortization number is by checking the Cash Flow Statement, where they will be fully broken out.
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