Ratio Analysis

Analysis of EBITDA and Normalization of EBITDA

Finance - Meaning and significance of EBITDA: EBITDA means Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation and Amortization and is a useful measure of operating performance by allowing evaluation of productivity, efficiency and return on capital, without considering the impacts of interest expenses, asset base, tax expenses, and other operatin...

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Why Modified IRR ?

Finance - Being in taxguru website, we assume all the readers reading this publication have already heard of the acronym IRR. Internal rate of return, commonly known as IRR, is a capital budgeting technique that is used for evaluation of any investment proposition....

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Which Ratios you must check before investing in any stock

Finance - Investing in stocks has always been a matter of fear for us since we have been always taught stock market as speculation. However, times have changed now, with the outrage of social media and internet, people are becoming more and more aware of the financial literacy in India. Any stock can be analyzed on many […]...

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Beneish M Model – A Tool Detection of Fraud in Financial Statements

Finance - Beneish Model is a statistical model created by Professor Messod D. It is a model that studies the trend of the organization through various ratios. This model is based on eight financial ratios....

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Analysis of EBITDA and Normalization of EBITDA

Meaning and significance of EBITDA: EBITDA means Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation and Amortization and is a useful measure of operating performance by allowing evaluation of productivity, efficiency and return on capital, without considering the impacts of interest expenses, asset base, tax expenses, and other operatin...

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Why Modified IRR ?

Being in taxguru website, we assume all the readers reading this publication have already heard of the acronym IRR. Internal rate of return, commonly known as IRR, is a capital budgeting technique that is used for evaluation of any investment proposition....

Read More
Posted Under: Finance |

Which Ratios you must check before investing in any stock

Investing in stocks has always been a matter of fear for us since we have been always taught stock market as speculation. However, times have changed now, with the outrage of social media and internet, people are becoming more and more aware of the financial literacy in India. Any stock can be analyzed on many […]...

Read More
Posted Under: Finance |

Beneish M Model – A Tool Detection of Fraud in Financial Statements

Beneish Model is a statistical model created by Professor Messod D. It is a model that studies the trend of the organization through various ratios. This model is based on eight financial ratios....

Read More
Posted Under: Finance |

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