Tax Allocation Within thirty (30) days following the Closing, Buyer shall prepare or cause to be prepared and shall deliver to Seller a draft allocation of the Base Purchase Price as adjusted pursuant to Section 3.3, prepared in accordance with Section 1060 of the Code and the Treasury Regulations issued thereunder (and any similar provision of state, local or foreign law, as appropriate) (each such allocation, a “Purchase Price Allocation”). Within ten (10) days after the receipt of such draft Purchase Price Allocation, Seller will propose to Buyer in writing any objections or proposed changes to such draft Purchase Price Allocation (and in the event that no such changes are proposed in writing to Buyer within such time period, Seller will be deemed to have agreed to, and accepted, the Purchase Price Allocation). In the event of objections or proposed changes, Buyer and Seller will attempt in good faith to resolve any differences between them with respect to the Purchase Price Allocation, in accordance with requirements of Section 1060 of the Code, within ten (10) days after Buyer’s receipt of a timely written notice of objection or proposed changes from Seller. If Buyer and Seller are unable to resolve such differences within such time period, then any remaining disputed matters will be submitted to an independent accounting firm, the identity of which shall be agreed upon by Buyer and Seller each acting reasonably, for resolution. Promptly, but by no later than ten (10) days after submission to it of the dispute(s), the independent accounting firm will determine those matters in dispute and will render a written report as to the disputed matters and the resulting allocation, which report shall be conclusive and binding upon the Parties. The fees and expenses of the independent accounting firm in respect of such report shall be paid one-half by Buyer and one-half by Seller. Buyer and Seller shall report, act, and file in all respects and for all Tax purposes (including the filing of Internal Revenue Service Form 8594) in a manner consistent with such allocations set forth on the Purchase Price Allocation so finalized, and shall take no position for Tax purposes inconsistent therewith unless required to do so by applicable law. Buyer and Seller shall reasonably cooperate in the preparation, execution and filing and delivery of all documents, forms and other information as the other Party may reasonably request to assist in the preparation of any filings relating to the allocation, pursuant to this Section 3.5.
Tax Allocations Each item of income, gain, loss or deduction recognized by the Company shall be allocated among the Members for U.S. federal, state and local income tax purposes in the same manner that each such item is allocated to the Member’s Capital Accounts pursuant to Section 3.2(d) or as otherwise provided herein, provided that the Board may adjust such allocations as long as such adjusted allocations have substantial economic effect or are in accordance with the interests of the Members in the Company, in each case within the meaning of the Code and the Treasury Regulations. Tax credits and tax credit recapture shall be allocated in accordance with the Members’ interests in the Company as provided in Treasury Regulations section 1.704-1(b)(4)(ii). Items of Company taxable income, gain, loss and deduction with respect to any property (other than cash) contributed to the capital of the Company or revalued shall, solely for tax purposes, be allocated among the Members, as determined by the Board in accordance with Section 704(c) of the Code, so as to take account of any variation between the adjusted basis of such property to the Company for U.S. federal income tax purposes and its fair market value at the time of contribution or revaluation, as the case may be. All of the Members agree that the Board is authorized to select the method or convention, or to treat an item as an extraordinary item, in relation to any variation of any Member’s interest in the Company described in section 1.706-4 of the Treasury Regulations in determining the Members’ distributive shares of Company items. All matters concerning allocations for U.S. federal, state and local and non-U.S. income tax purposes, including accounting procedures, not expressly provided for by the terms of this Agreement shall be determined by the Board in its sole discretion. Each Class B Ordinary Share is intended to be treated as a profits interest for U.S. federal income tax purposes, and all of the Members agree to report consistently with, and to take any action requested by the Board to ensure, such treatment.
Allocation Following the Closing, Purchaser shall prepare and deliver to Sellers an allocation of the aggregate consideration among Sellers and, for any transactions contemplated by this Agreement that do not constitute an Agreed G Transaction pursuant to Section 6.16, Purchaser shall also prepare and deliver to the applicable Seller a proposed allocation of the Purchase Price and other consideration paid in exchange for the Purchased Assets, prepared in accordance with Section 1060, and if applicable, Section 338, of the Tax Code (the “Allocation”). The applicable Seller shall have thirty (30) days after the delivery of the Allocation to review and consent to the Allocation in writing, which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld, conditioned or delayed. If the applicable Seller consents to the Allocation, such Seller and Purchaser shall use such Allocation to prepare and file in a timely manner all appropriate Tax filings, including the preparation and filing of all applicable forms in accordance with applicable Law, including Forms 8594 and 8023, if applicable, with their respective Tax Returns for the taxable year that includes the Closing Date and shall take no position in any Tax Return that is inconsistent with such Allocation; provided, however, that nothing contained herein shall prevent the applicable Seller and Purchaser from settling any proposed deficiency or adjustment by any Governmental Authority based upon or arising out of such Allocation, and neither the applicable Seller nor Purchaser shall be required to litigate before any court, any proposed deficiency or adjustment by any Taxing Authority challenging such Allocation. If the applicable Seller does not consent to such Allocation, the applicable Seller shall notify Purchaser in writing of such disagreement within such thirty (30) day period, and thereafter, the applicable Seller shall attempt in good faith to promptly resolve any such disagreement. If the Parties cannot resolve a disagreement under this Section 3.3, such disagreement shall be resolved by an independent accounting firm chosen by Purchaser and reasonably acceptable to the applicable Seller, and such resolution shall be final and binding on the Parties. The fees and expenses of such accounting firm shall be borne equally by Purchaser, on the one hand, and the applicable Seller, on the other hand. The applicable Seller shall provide Purchaser, and Purchaser shall provide the applicable Seller, with a copy of any information described above required to be furnished to any Taxing Authority in connection with the transactions contemplated herein.
Risk Allocation The Product is Regulatorily Continuing.
Contribution Allocation The Advisory Committee will allocate deferral contributions, matching contributions, qualified nonelective contributions and nonelective contributions in accordance with Section 14.06 and the elections under this Adoption Agreement Section 3.04.
Gross Income Allocation If any Partner has a deficit Capital Account at the end of any Fiscal Year which is in excess of the sum of (i) the amount such Partner is obligated to restore, if any, pursuant to any provision of this Agreement, and (ii) the amount such Partner is deemed to be obligated to restore pursuant to the penultimate sentences of Treasury Regulations Section 1.704-2(g)(1) and 1.704-2(i)(5), each such Partner shall be specially allocated items of Partnership income and gain in the amount of such excess as quickly as possible; provided that an allocation pursuant to this Section 5.05(c) shall be made only if and to the extent that a Partner would have a deficit Capital Account in excess of such sum after all other allocations provided for in this Article V have been tentatively made as if Section 5.05(b) and this Section 5.05(c) were not in this Agreement.
Payment Allocation Subject to applicable law, your payments may be applied to what you owe the Credit Union in any manner the Credit Union chooses. However, in every case, in the event you make a payment in excess of the required minimum periodic payment, the Credit Union will allocate the excess amount first to the balance with the highest annual percentage rate and any remaining portion to the other balances in descending order based on applicable annual percentage rate.
Purchase Price Allocation (a) As soon as practicable after the date of this Agreement, Seller shall prepare and deliver to Purchaser: (i) a proposed allocation of the Assumed Liabilities by country based on an estimate of the fair market values of the Purchased Assets and, if required by applicable Law, an allocation by asset category within a particular country (the “Estimated Allocation of the Assumed Liabilities”) and (ii) a proposed allocation of the Initial Payment by country based on an estimate of the fair market values of the Purchased Assets and, if required by applicable Law, an allocation by asset category within a particular country (the “Estimated Allocation of the Initial Payment”, and together with the “Estimated Allocation of the Assumed Liabilities”, the “Estimated Allocation of the Initial Purchase Price”). Subject to Section 6.04(a), during the fifteen (15) day period following delivery of the Estimated Allocation of the Initial Purchase Price, Seller shall make its Representatives reasonably and timely available to Purchaser, Xxxxxx and their respective Representatives to discuss the Estimated Allocation of the Initial Purchase Price. The Estimated Allocation of the Initial Purchase Price shall be prepared in accordance with the principles of Section 1060 of the Code and the Treasury Regulations promulgated thereunder. If Purchaser does not deliver written notice of any dispute (an “Allocation Dispute Notice”) within fifteen (15) days after receipt of the Estimated Allocation of the Initial Purchase Price, the Estimated Allocation of the Initial Purchase Price shall be deemed the Final Allocation of the Initial Purchase Price for all purposes hereunder. Prior to the end of such fifteen (15) day period, Purchaser may accept the Estimated Allocation of the Initial Purchase Price by delivering written notice to that effect to Seller and Xxxxxx, in which case the Estimated Allocation of the Initial Purchase Price shall be deemed the Final Allocation for all purposes hereunder when such notice is given. If Purchaser delivers an Allocation Dispute Notice within such fifteen (15) day period, the Parties and Xxxxxx shall use reasonable best efforts to resolve such dispute during the thirty (30) day period following Seller’s receipt of the Allocation Dispute Notice from Purchaser. If the Parties and Xxxxxx do not agree upon a final resolution with respect to the Estimated Allocation of the Initial Purchase Price within such fifteen (15) day period, then the Estimated Allocation of the Initial Purchase Price shall be submitted immediately to an internationally recognized, independent accounting or valuation firm reasonably acceptable to the Parties and Xxxxxx (the “Allocation Firm”). The Allocation Firm shall be requested to render a determination of the applicable dispute within fifteen (15) days after referral of the matter to such Allocation Firm, which determination must be in writing and must set forth, in reasonable detail, the basis therefor. The determination of the Allocation Firm shall be final and binding, absent manifest error. Any fees payable to the Allocation Firm shall be borne equally by Seller and Purchaser. The Estimated Allocation of the Initial Purchase Price accepted by the Parties and Xxxxxx or determined by the Allocation Firm, as the case may be, shall be the “Final Allocation of the Initial Purchase Price”. The Final Allocation of the Initial Purchase Price shall be done at arm’s length based upon a good faith determination of fair market value.
Section 704(c) Allocations Notwithstanding Section 6.5.A hereof, Tax Items with respect to Property that is contributed to the Partnership with an initial Gross Asset Value that varies from its basis in the hands of the contributing Partner immediately preceding the date of contribution shall be allocated among the Holders for income tax purposes pursuant to Regulations promulgated under Code Section 704(c) so as to take into account such variation. With respect to Partnership Property that is contributed to the Partnership in connection with the General Partner’s initial public offering, such variation between basis and initial Gross Asset Value shall be taken into account under the “traditional method” as described in Regulations Section 1.704-3(b). With respect to other Properties, the Partnership shall account for such variation under any method approved under Code Section 704(c) and the applicable Regulations as chosen by the General Partner. In the event that the Gross Asset Value of any Partnership asset is adjusted pursuant to subsection (b) of the definition of “Gross Asset Value” (provided in Article 1 hereof), subsequent allocations of Tax Items with respect to such asset shall take account of the variation, if any, between the adjusted basis of such asset and its Gross Asset Value in the same manner as under Code Section 704(c) and the applicable Regulations and using the method chosen by the General Partner; provided, however, that the “traditional method” as described in Regulations Section 1.704-3(b) shall be used with respect to Partnership Property that is contributed to the Partnership in connection with the General Partner’s initial public offering. Allocations pursuant to this Section 6.5.B are solely for purposes of Federal, state and local income taxes and shall not affect, or in any way be taken into account in computing, any Partner’s Capital Account or share of Net Income, Net Loss, or any other items or distributions pursuant to any provision of this Agreement.
Curative Allocation (A) Notwithstanding any other provision of this Section 6.1, other than the Required Allocations, the Required Allocations shall be taken into account in making the Agreed Allocations so that, to the extent possible, the net amount of items of gross income, gain, loss and deduction allocated to each Partner pursuant to the Required Allocations and the Agreed Allocations, together, shall be equal to the net amount of such items that would have been allocated to each such Partner under the Agreed Allocations had the Required Allocations and the related Curative Allocation not otherwise been provided in this Section 6.1. Notwithstanding the preceding sentence, Required Allocations relating to (1) Nonrecourse Deductions shall not be taken into account except to the extent that there has been a decrease in Partnership Minimum Gain and (2) Partner Nonrecourse Deductions shall not be taken into account except to the extent that there has been a decrease in Partner Nonrecourse Debt Minimum Gain. In exercising its discretion under this Section 6.1(d)(xi)(A), the General Partner may take into account future Required Allocations that, although not yet made, are likely to offset other Required Allocations previously made. Allocations pursuant to this Section 6.1(d)(xi)(A) shall only be made with respect to Required Allocations to the extent the General Partner determines that such allocations will otherwise be inconsistent with the economic agreement among the Partners. Further, allocations pursuant to this Section 6.1(d)(xi)(A) shall be deferred with respect to allocations pursuant to clauses (1) and (2) hereof to the extent the General Partner determines that such allocations are likely to be offset by subsequent Required Allocations.