# Operating Cash Flow Calculator

 Category Financial ↺ Financial Financial Accounting ↺ Financial-Accounting Select an Item Annual Percentage Yield Depletion Charge per Unit Depletion Expense Discount Lost Discount Percentage EBIT Financial Ratios Future Value of a Present Sum Future Value of Annuity Leverage Ratios Operating Cash Flow Present Value of a Future Sum Present Value of Annuity Price Elasticity of Demand Residual Value Shareholders' Equity when Share Capital, Retained Earnings and Treasury Shares are given Shareholders' Equity when Total Assets and Liabilities are given Website Conversion Rate
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Earnings Before Interest and Taxes (Input)
Depreciation (Input)
Taxes (Input)
• Earnings Before Interest and Taxes - It is a measure of a firm's profit that includes all expenses except interest and income tax expenses.
• Depreciation - Depreciation is an accounting method of allocating the cost of a tangible asset over its useful life. The monetary value of an asset decreases over time due to use, wear and tear or obsolescence. This decrease is measured as depreciation.
• Taxes - Taxes are generally an involuntary fee levied on individuals or corporations that is enforced by a government entity, whether local, regional or national in order to finance government activities.

## What is Operating Cash Flow?

We need calculators on a regular basis in order to simplfy the complex process of calculating. Operating Cash Flow calculator provides for the same. We have simplified the entire process of calculating Operating Cash Flow. All you have to do is provide the input values and hit calculate. You will get the answer for Operating Cash Flow without getting into the complex process of actually calculating anything. The definitions and meanings of all variables used in the formula are also provided. If you don’t have the values of all variables and you need to calculate some, even that is possible as we provide you different variants and derived formulae as well.