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No clue because you did not include the column headings.
 

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Answer is "No"
EBITDA is a term meaning "Earnings BEFORE Interest, Taxes, and Depreciation". To find if your business earned anything you need the "Net Income" number, which is not on the report.
 
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EBITDA is a term meaning "Earnings BEFORE Interest, Taxes, and Depreciation". To find if your business earned anything you need the "Net Income" number, which is not on the report.
Yes that line isn't on the report, believe my company uses the ebitda line*(profit)
 
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