EBIT

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EBIT

[′ē‚bit or ¦ē¦bē¦ī′tē]
(electronics)
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Earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) are unchanged, so all the gain in both examples is from tax savings, which effectively lowered the cost of capital on the 80% debt segrnent.
Here the discussion is between using earnings before taxes or earnings before interest and taxes. Without getting into a long discussion about the effects of interest and debt, it is safe to say that using earnings before taxes will give a reasonable result.

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