Tax Distributions Sample Clauses

Tax Distributions. Except as otherwise provided in this Section 6.02, the Company shall distribute to each Common Member and each PIPR Member as promptly as practicable after the end of each of the first three (3) fiscal quarters of each fiscal year of the Company or relevant estimated tax payment date an amount equal to such Member’s Quarterly Tax Distribution for such fiscal quarter. In addition, the Company shall distribute to each Common Member and each PIPR Member as promptly as practicable after the end of each fiscal year an amount equal to the excess, if any, of such Member’s Proportionate Tax Share for such fiscal year over the aggregate amount of Quarterly Tax Distributions made to such Member with respect to such fiscal year. If, at the end of any fiscal year of the Company, the aggregate amount of Quarterly Tax Distributions made to a Common Member or a PIPR Member exceeds such Member’s Proportionate Tax Share, in each case with respect to such fiscal year, then the amount of such excess shall be treated as an advance against, and shall reduce the amount of, any future distributions that would otherwise be made to such Member pursuant to this Section 6.02. Any amount distributed to a Common Member or a PIPR Member, as the case may be, pursuant to this Section 6.02 shall be treated as an advance against, and shall reduce the amount of, any future distributions that would otherwise be made to such Member pursuant to this Agreement. Notwithstanding the foregoing, if a Member is not entitled to any future distributions pursuant to this Agreement, then, except as otherwise set forth in the applicable PIPR Agreement, the Company shall be permitted to require the Member to repay the Company the amount of such advance; provided, however, that, if the Member is an Executive Officer, the Company shall not require repayment of such advance if it would violate Section 402 of the Xxxxxxxx-Xxxxx Act, and, instead, such Member shall use reasonable best efforts to claim any tax benefit related to such advance that the Company reasonably determines is available to the Member on all relevant tax returns and shall disgorge to the Company any tax benefit the Member so realizes.
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Tax Distributions. (i) With respect to each Fiscal Year, to the extent the Company has available cash for distribution by the Company under the Delaware Act and subject to any applicable agreement to which the Company or any of its Subsidiaries is a party governing the terms of third party indebtedness for borrowed money, and subject to the retention and establishment of reserves, or payment to third parties, of such funds as the Manager deems necessary or desirable in its sole discretion with respect to the reasonable needs and obligations of the Company or any of its Subsidiaries, the Company shall, to the extent permitted by applicable Law, make cash distributions (“Tax Distributions”) to each Member in accordance with, and to the extent of, such Member’s Assumed Tax Liability. Tax Distributions pursuant to this Section 4.01(b)(i) shall be estimated by the Company on a quarterly basis and, to the extent feasible, shall be distributed to the Members on a quarterly basis on or prior to April 15th, June 15th, September 15th and January 15th (of the succeeding year) (or such other dates for which individuals or corporations (whichever is earlier) are required to make quarterly estimated tax payments for U.S. federal income tax purposes) (each, a “Quarterly Tax Distribution”), provided, that the foregoing shall not restrict the Company from making a Tax Distribution on any other date. Quarterly Tax Distributions shall take into account the estimated taxable income or loss of the Company for the Fiscal Year through the end of the relevant quarterly period. A final accounting for Tax Distributions shall be made for each Fiscal Year after the allocation of the Company’s actual net taxable income or loss has been determined and any shortfall in the amount of Tax Distributions a Member received for such Fiscal Year based on such final accounting shall promptly be distributed to such Member.
Tax Distributions. (i) With respect to each Taxable Year, the Company shall, to the extent it has Distributable Cash, make cash distributions (“Tax Distributions”) to each Member in accordance with this Section 4.01(b) and such Member’s Assumed Tax Liability. Tax Distributions pursuant to this Section 4.01(b)(i) shall be estimated by the Company on a quarterly basis and, to the extent feasible, shall be distributed to the Members (together with a statement showing the calculation of such Tax Distribution and an estimate of the Company’s net taxable income allocable to each Member for such period) on a quarterly basis on April 15th, June 15th, September 15th and December 15th (or such other dates for which corporations or individuals are required to make quarterly estimated tax payments for U.S. federal income tax purposes, whichever is earlier) (each, a “Quarterly Tax Distribution”); provided, that the foregoing shall not restrict the Company from making a Tax Distribution on any other date as the Company determines is necessary to enable the Members to timely make estimated income tax payments. Quarterly Tax Distributions shall take into account the estimated taxable income or loss of the Company for the Taxable Year through the end of the relevant quarterly period. A final accounting for Tax Distributions shall be made for each Taxable Year after the allocation of the Company’s actual net taxable income or loss has been determined and any shortfall in the amount of Tax Distributions a Member received for such Taxable Year based on such final accounting shall promptly be distributed to such Member. For the avoidance of doubt, any excess Tax Distributions a Member receives with respect to any Taxable Year shall reduce future Tax Distributions otherwise required to be made to such Member with respect to any subsequent Taxable Year. For the avoidance of doubt, Tax Distributions shall not be treated as an advance on any Distributions. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Agreement, the Manager shall make, in its reasonable discretion, equitable adjustments (downward (but not below zero) or upward) to the Members’ Tax Distributions to take into account increases or decreases in the number of Common Units held by each Member during the relevant taxable period or portion thereof; provided that any such equitable adjustments are made in a manner that results in Tax Distributions being made pro rata in proportion to the Members’ respective Percentage Interests for any re...
Tax Distributions. Subject to §17-607 of the Act, and unless determined otherwise by the General Partner in its sole discretion, the Partnership shall make distributions to each Partner for each calendar quarter ending after the date hereof as follows (collectively, the “Tax Distributions”):
Tax Distributions. Prior to the due date of the Partners’ federal and state income tax payments for any Year or calendar quarter, the General Partner shall, to the extent that funds are legally available and subject to the Reserve, cause the Partnership to make cash distributions to the Partners in amounts sufficient to enable each of them (or their respective Equity Constituents) to pay their actual or estimated federal and state income tax payments resulting from the Profits of the Partnership, which distributions shall be made at such times (but no less frequently than quarterly each Year) and in such amounts so that, to the extent possible, the Partners (or their respective Equity Constituents) may avoid the imposition of any penalties; provided, however, that any Profit, income, gain, loss, depreciation or other deduction which is recognized and allocated to a Partner (or the Equity Constituents of a Partner) pursuant to Section 704(c) of the Code (including reverse 704(c) allocations) shall be disregarded and excluded when determining Profits for purposes of this Section 4.03 and no tax distributions shall be made with respect to such amounts. In determining the amounts to be distributed to the Partners pursuant to this Section, the General Partner shall assume that each Partner and each Equity Constituent of each Partner is subject to the highest applicable federal and state income tax rates then in effect for individuals.
Tax Distributions. (i) Subject to Section 4.04 and Article XI, in addition to the foregoing, if the General Partner reasonably determines that the taxable income of the Partnership for a Fiscal Year will give rise to taxable income for the Partners (“Net Taxable Income”), the General Partner shall cause the Partnership to distribute Distributable Cash in respect of income tax liabilities (the “Tax Distributions”) to the extent that other distributions made by the Partnership for such year were otherwise insufficient to cover such tax liabilities, provided that distributions pursuant to Section 4.02 and allocations pursuant to Section 5.04 related to such distributions shall not be taken into account for purposes of this Section 4.01(b). The Tax Distributions payable with respect to any Fiscal Year shall be computed based upon the General Partner’s estimate of the allocable Net Taxable Income in accordance with Article V, multiplied by the Assumed Tax Rate (the “Tax Amount”). For purposes of computing the Tax Amount, the effect of any benefit under Section 743(b) of the Code will be ignored. Any Tax Distributions shall be made to all Partners, whether or not they are subject to such applicable United States federal, state and local taxes, pro rata in accordance with their Percentage Interest.
Tax Distributions. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in Section 4.4(a)(i), the Manager shall distribute Distributable Cash to each Member in an amount sufficient to pay the federal and state income tax on the taxable income allocated to such Member pursuant to this Agreement in order to provide cash to the Members to pay taxes on the taxable income so allocated and not yet distributed (“Tax Distributions”). Tax Distributions may be made at least annually so as to enable the Members to satisfy their annual federal and state tax payment obligations; provided, however, that Tax Distributions shall be made only to the extent that cumulative Distributions under Section 4.4(a)(i) are less than such Member’s Tax Liability (as defined below). Any amount distributed to a Member pursuant to this Section 4.4(a)(ii) shall be treated as an advance against other Distributions to which such Member is entitled and shall be credited against and subtracted from the other Distributions to which such Member is entitled, which subtraction shall be from the next Distribution to which such Member is entitled and, if any creditable amount remains thereafter, from the next immediate Distribution until fully credited. Any amount credited to a Distribution pursuant to the foregoing sentence shall be deemed distributed for purposes of the Distribution against which it is credited. The amount of any such Member’s “Tax Liability” shall be calculated (A) taking into account the character of the cumulative Company net taxable income allocated to such Member, (B) taking into account the deductibility (to the extent allowed) of state and local income taxes for United States federal income tax purposes and (C) deducting from such income or gain the amount of net cumulative tax loss previously allocated to such Member in prior fiscal years and not used in prior fiscal years to reduce taxable income. The calculation shall be made on the assumptions that (1) taxable income or tax loss from the Company is the only taxable income or tax loss of the Member (and the direct or indirect equity holders of such Member), and (2) except as provided in clause (A) of this definition, the Member is subject to tax at a rate equivalent to the maximum marginal combined federal and state income tax rate for an individual residing in the state of such Member’s primary residence.
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Tax Distributions. (i) Notwithstanding any other provision of this Section 5.03 to the contrary, to the extent permitted by Applicable Law and consistent with the Company’s obligations to its creditors as reasonably determined by the Managing Member, the Company shall make cash distributions by wire transfer of immediately available funds pursuant to this Section 5.03(e)(i) to each Member with respect to its Units at least two (2) Business Days prior to the date on which any U.S. federal corporate estimated tax payments are due, in an amount equal to such Member’s Tax Distribution Amount, if any; provided that the Managing Member shall have no liability to any Member in connection with any underpayment of estimated taxes, so long as cash distributions are made in accordance with this Section 5.03(e)(i) and the Tax Distribution Amounts are determined as provided in paragraph (i) of the definition of Tax Distribution Amount.
Tax Distributions. Subject to Section 4.2 and to any restrictions contained in any agreement to which the Company is bound, no later than the tenth day following the end of each Quarterly Estimated Tax Period of each calendar year, the Company shall, to the extent of available cash and borrowings of the Company, make a distribution in cash (each, a “Tax Distribution”), pro rata as to Units of each Class, with respect to such Quarterly Estimated Tax Period, in an amount equal to the excess of (i) the product of (x) the taxable income of the Company attributable to such Quarterly Estimated Tax Period and all prior Quarterly Estimated Tax Periods in such calendar year, based upon (I) the information returns filed by the Company, as amended or adjusted to date, and (II) estimated amounts, in the case of periods for which the Company has not yet filed information returns, multiplied by (y) the Assumed Tax Rate, over (ii) distributions made by the Company pursuant to this Section 4.4 with respect to such calendar year. The Managing Member shall use conventions similar to those adopted pursuant to Section 5.2(d) of this Agreement to determine the interests of the Members in respect of each Class of Units with respect to a Quarterly Estimated Tax Period. For the avoidance of doubt, Tax Distributions shall be made only with respect to taxable income earned by the Company (as opposed to income recognized by any Member with respect to the vesting of such Member’s Units). For purposes of clause (i)(x) above, the taxable income of the Company shall be determined by disregarding any adjustment to the taxable income of any Member that arises under Section 743(b) of the Code and is attributable to the acquisition by such Member of an interest in the Company in a transaction described in Section 743(a) of the Code.
Tax Distributions. In the event that the Company sells an equity interest in a Subsidiary, resulting in taxable income being recognized by the Members, or the Members are otherwise allocated taxable income from the Company (in each case, other than upon an Exit Event), the Company may make distributions to the Members to the extent of available cash (as determined by the Board in its discretion) in an amount equal to such income multiplied by a reasonable tax rate determined by the Board; it being understood that, if the Members are allocated material taxable income without corresponding cash distributions sufficient to pay the resulting tax liabilities, it is the Company’s intention to make the tax distributions referred to herein; provided that the Board in its sole discretion shall determine whether any such tax distributions will be made. Any distributions made to a Member pursuant to this Section 9.6 shall reduce the amount otherwise distributable to such Member pursuant to the other provisions of this Agreement, so that to the maximum extent possible, the total amount of distributions received by each Member pursuant to this Agreement at any time is the same as such Member would have received if no distribution had been made pursuant to this Section 9.6. To the extent the cumulative sum of tax distributions made to a Member under this Section 9.6 has not been applied pursuant to the preceding sentence to reduce other amounts distributable to such Member, such Member shall contribute to the Company the remaining amounts necessary to give full effect to the preceding sentence on the date of the final liquidating distribution made by the Company pursuant to Section 13.2.
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