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EBIT/EBITDA - Understanding Your Profit and Loss Statement

 

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This training program will review different types profit and loss statements, including a QuickBooks profit and loss standard layout as a complex, multi-fund example. Attendees will learn how to analyze growth or loss within a business or department by comparing progressive reports.
 

Why Should You Attend:

If you don’t prepare your own profit and loss statement, you may not understand what yours are trying to communicate about your business’ financial performance. Many business owners and senior executives have stacks of reports they never look at because none of them seem to make much sense. Understanding your P&L is vital to small businesses because it also serves as the income statement. Whether it’s time to apply for business credit or a loan, or time to sell your business, you’ll need to bring your P&Ls going back 2 to 3 years. This webinar will help you understand the terms, format, and key performance indicators of profit and loss statements

 

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the meaning and differences of various terms found on a profit and loss statement.
    • Revenue, sales, valuation
    • Costs, expenses, EBIT
    • Gross profit, operating profit, net profit
  • Know when each set of numbers should be reviewed, what they can tell you, and in which areas of your reports external business partners will be interested.
  • Review different types profit and loss statements, including a QuickBooks profit and loss standard layout as a complex, multi-fund example.
  • Discussion of periodic reports over time and how to analyze growth or loss within your business or department by comparing progressive reports, including suggestions for areas in which to look for typical problems and simple solutions.
  • Learn how your chart of accounts affects various lines of your profit and loss statement.
  • Questions to ask yourself and your accountant when reviewing your profit and loss statement and what the answers mean.

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • Critical elements of a profit and loss
  • What are revenue, sales, and profit and when do I use these numbers?
  • Profit and loss as an income statement
  • Operating expenses, EBIT, EBITDA
  • Where are the losses? - How to tell if you’re spending more or earning less
  • More revenue is not growth – How do I tell the difference?
  • How often should I review and run a P&L?

Who Will Benefit:

  • CEO, COO, Company Owners
  • Small Business Owners
  • Entrepreneurs, Sole Proprietors, Self-Employed Professionals
  • Non-Profit Organizations
  • Grant Managers and Fund Directors
  • Business Management Professionals
  • Vice Presidents, Directors, and Senior Officers
  • Managers/Supervisors
  • Board Directors/Members
  • Business Brokers
  • Investors or other Business Buyers

 

Instructor Profile:

Candace Leuck

Candace Leuck
President, Athena Finance Group

Candace Leuck, CPA, is the president of Athena Finance Group, where she specializes in strategic planning, distressed entity recovery, valuations, and educational programs. Before that, Ms. Leuck worked as a manager at Ernst & Young and taught courses at Clemson University’s School of Accountancy and Legal Studies, Furman University, and The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Ms. Leuck earned her Master of Professional Accountancy (Audit Emphasis) from Clemson University.

 

 

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