I use online QB. On my P&L report how can I move depreciation and amortization below expenses in order to get the EBIDTA number?
Unfortunately, QuickBooks does not come with a report that has the EBITDA number. However, you can customize an existing profit and loss statement by excluding the interest, depreciation and tax accounts to get to the EBITDA figure. Just go into reports, select the profit and loss report (or whichever report you choose) and then go to customize and you should see a number of options listed.
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