Maximize EBITDA Reporting with Netsuite
EBITDA for private equity (Earnings before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation, and Amortization) is a good measure of core profit, essentially it is between gross and net profit of a company. It removes one-time expenses that may appear on your income statement annually. Typically, this is used for private equity companies or companies that have a board to which they provide earnings reports.
Join us for a deep-dive and demonstration into three methods of EBITDA for private equity reporting with NetSuite:
- Dimension Method
- Account Method
- Multi-Book Accounting Method
All methods require a slight customization to your reports. NetSuite has the ability to keep up with a company’s GAAP Reporting for taxes and also write reports in order to capture the private equity EBITDA for their investors. Discover how to efficiently develop these reports with our EBITDA demo.
EBITDA Reporting Methods For Private Equity Companies We'll Cover
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Meet the Presenter
Financial Consultant at Terillium, Inc.
Kenny is a Financial Consultant at Terillium with a history of successful implementation of NetSuite. In the past, Kenny has worked extensively with the Report capabilities of NetSuite to create solutions by customizing and enhancing reports and forms to meet the needs of our clients.