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Operating margin

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Operating margin
The operating profit margin is the profitability ratio that investors and analysts use to assess a company's ability to convert dollars of revenue into dollars of profit after accounting for expenses. In other words, operating margin is the percentage of revenue left after calculating expenses.
Two components go into the calculation of operating profit margin: revenue and operating profit. Revenue is included on the top line of the company's income statement and represents the total income generated from the sale of goods or services. Revenue is also referred to as net sales.
 
Operating profit is the residual profit after deducting all daily operating expenses from revenue. However, some costs are not included in operating profits such as interest on debt, taxes paid, profits or losses from investments, and any unusual gains or losses that occurred outside of the company's day-to-day operations such as selling an asset.
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Day-to-day expenses included in determining the operating profit margin include wages and benefits for employees and independent contractors, administrative costs, the cost of parts or materials required to produce the items the company sells, advertising costs, depreciation, and amortization. In short, any expenses necessary to keep the business running, such as rent, utilities, payroll, employee benefits, and insurance premiums are included.
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While operating profit is the dollar amount of profit generated during a period, operating profit margin is the percentage of revenue that a company earns after collecting operating expenses.
 
 
An operating margin check helps companies analyze and minimize the variable costs involved in running their business, hopefully.
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EBITDA
Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization of debt or EBITDA differ slightly from operating profit. EBITDA excludes debt capital cost and its tax implications by adding interest and taxes to net profit. EBITDA also removes depreciation and amortization, which are a non-cash expense, from profits.
 
Depreciation is an accounting method for allocating the cost of a fixed asset over its useful life and is used to calculate the decline in value over time. In other words, depreciation allows the company to spend purchases of long-term assets over many years, thus helping the company to make a profit from the asset's deployment.
 
Depreciation and depreciation expense is subtracted from revenue when calculating operating income. Operating income is also referred to as the company's earnings before interest and tax (EBIT). On the other hand, EBITDA adds depreciation and amortization back to operating income
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Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and depreciation help show the operating performance of the company before accounting expenses such as depreciation are taken out of operating income. EBITDA can be used to analyze and compare profitability between companies and industries as it eliminates the effects of financing and accounting decisions.
 
For example, a capital intensive company with a large number of fixed assets will have less operating profit due to the asset depreciation expense when compared to a company with fewer fixed assets. EBITDA takes depreciation so that the two companies can be compared without any accounting measures affecting profit.
 
Operating profit margin and EBITDA are two different measures that measure a company's profitability. Operating margin measures a firm's profit after paying variable costs, but before paying interest or taxes. EBITDA, on the other hand, measures the overall profitability of a company. But it may not take into account the cost of capital investments such as property and equipment.

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