Cash flow after interest and taxes 


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Cash flow after interest and taxesNet income plus depreciation.Cash flow after interest and taxes Similar MatchesInterest rateInterest rateThe rate of return on bonds, loans, or deposits. When one speaks of "the" interest rate, it is usually in a model where there is only one. Simple interestSimple interestInterest, normally paid annually, which is earned on deposited capital only. Unlike compound interest, the annual interest is not added to the capital. For example, if the capital deposited is £1,000 and the interest rate is £80, you would receive £80 at the end of the first year and at the end of the second year. This contrasts with compound interest, where the £80 interest earned on the first year would be added to the original capital, and the amount of money earning interest in the second year would be £1,080.00. Exact interestExact interestInterest paid based on the basis of a 365day/year schedule by a bank or other financial institution as opposed to a 360day basis (ordinary interest). Difference can be material when large principal sums of money are involved. Interest rate parity theoremInterest rate parity theoremExpression that the interest rate differential between two countries is equal to the difference between the forward foreign exchange rate and the spot rate. Wild InterestWild InterestAn interest of record which cannot be traced in the chain of title. Frequently occurs when an incorrect legal description appears on a document. An apparent wild interest may occur if a woman who changes her name through marriage after acquiring property, sells the property using her married name only. Further Suggestionsopen interestInterest on interest Interest in Arrears Interest only loan mortgage interest relief at source Interim interest Interest Cap Uncovered interest parity Nominal interest rate Interest payments Daily interest Covered interest arbitrage stepped interest debenture stocks Future Interest Earnings before interest, taxes, and depreciation (EBITD) Interest parity Interest Term structure of interest rates mortgage interest deduction Covered interest rate Interest only strip (IO) Compound interest Simple interest Nominal interest rate Interest sensitive stock 
