Blended Rate definition

Blended Rate means, with respect to any Taxable Year, the sum of the effective rates of tax imposed on the aggregate net income of the Corporate Taxpayer in each state or local jurisdiction in which the Corporate Taxpayer files Tax Returns for such Taxable Year, with the maximum effective rate in any state or local jurisdiction being equal to the product of: (i) the apportionment factor on the income or franchise Tax Return filed by the Corporate Taxpayer in such jurisdiction for such Taxable Year, and (ii) the maximum applicable corporate tax rate in effect in such jurisdiction in such Taxable Year. As an illustration of the calculation of Blended Rate for a Taxable Year, if the Corporate Taxpayer solely files Tax Returns in State 1 and State 2 in a Taxable Year, the maximum applicable corporate tax rates in effect in such states in such Taxable Year are 6% and 5%, respectively and the apportionment factors for such states in such Taxable Year are 60% and 40%, respectively, then the Blended Rate for such Taxable Year is equal to 5.6% (i.e., 6% times 60% plus 5% times 40%).
Blended Rate means, in respect of a Calculation Period, a rate of interest equal to the sum of (i) the Weighted Average Fixed Rate for such Calculation Period multiplied by the Fixed Rate Ratio for such Calculation Period; (ii) the Variable Rate Swap SVR for such Calculation Period multiplied by the Variable Rate Ratio for such Calculation Period and (iii) the Tracker Swap Rate for such Calculation Period multiplied by the Tracker Ratio for such Calculation Period.
Blended Rate means, in respect of a Swap Determination Period, a rate of interest equal to the sum of (i) the Weighted Average Fixed Rate for such Swap Determination Period multiplied by the Fixed Rate Ratio for such Swap Determination Period; (ii) the Variable Rate Swap SVR for such Swap Determination Period multiplied by the Variable Rate Ratio for such Swap Determination Period and (iii) the Flexible Swap Rate for such Swap Determination Period multiplied by the Flexible Ratio for such Swap Determination Period.

Examples of Blended Rate in a sentence

  • That rate combines the full time and part time rates using the following calculation: (Part-time rate X 175 days) + (Full-time rate X 30 days) = School Year Rate School Year Rate / 205 school days = Blended Rate Note: Blended rates apply for 205 days during the school year.

  • The funding is intended to provide a Foster Care Redesign Blended Rate of $79.83 effective September 1, 2017.BG.

  • FLSA Blended Rate: When an employee is employed at more than one rate of pay for performing two or more different jobs during the workweek, overtime pay will be calculated based on a weighted average of the employee’s rates of pay; i.e., the total regular pay from all jobs divided by the total hours worked.

  • In the event of an adjustment to one or more tax returns of the Company for an S Taxable Year based on a Final Determination which results in a net increase in taxable income of a Stockholder and a corresponding adjustment to one or more tax returns of the Company for a C Taxable Year based on a Final Determination which results in a net decrease in taxable income of the Company, the Company shall pay to any Affected Stockholder an amount equal to the Adjustment Amount multiplied by the Blended Rate.

  • For New Construction, Substantial Rehabilitation, and Blended Rate projects the firm commitment application must include the last three full years and year-to-date financial statements for the party who will be responsible for providing the financial requirements for closing and beyond.


More Definitions of Blended Rate

Blended Rate means a percentage which equals the sum of the maximum marginal federal and state individual income tax rates for an individual residing in Virginia (after giving effect to the full deductibility of state income taxes for federal income tax purposes) in effect for the year of the adjustment to a tax return of the Company or such Stockholder that gives rise to a correlative adjustment to a tax return of such Stockholder or the Company, respectively. For example, if an adjustment results in an amount due from the Stockholders hereunder, the year of the Company's return that was adjusted shall determine the Blended Rate to be used in computing the amount due.
Blended Rate means, with respect to any Funding Tranche funded or maintained through the issuance of Commercial Paper, the rate equivalent to the weighted average of (i) the weighted average of the discount rates on all of the Commercial Paper issued at a discount and outstanding during the related Fixed Period, converted to an annual yield-equivalent rate on the basis of a 360-day year, which rates shall include dealer fees and commissions and (ii) the weighted average of the annual interest rates payable on all interest-bearing Commercial Paper outstanding during the related Fixed Period, on the basis of a 360-day year, which rates shall include dealer fees and commissions; provided, that to the extent that the VFN (or any portion thereof) is funded by a specific issuance of Commercial Paper, the Blended Rate shall equal the rate or weighted average of the rates applicable to such issuance.
Blended Rate means (1) the total amount of royalties that would be payable in the applicable Quarter and prior three (3) Quarters with respect to the applicable Designated Compound under Section 3.3(i), divided by (2) the total Net Sales of such Designated Compound for that same period, expressed as a percentage (assuming for this definition only that all worldwide Sales of such Designated Compound made by sublicensees produce corresponding Net Sales that are attributed to Company for determining such royalties under Section 3.3 (and applying Section 3.8 to such sublicensees’ Net Sales)).
Blended Rate for Newport Grand means [(number of Existing Authorized Terminals in
Blended Rate means (a) the total amount of royalties (stated in United States Dollars) that would be payable with respect to the relevant Product under Sections 11.3 and 11.4 in all countries where royalties are due for Products as determined in accordance with the methodology provided in Section 11.5, without any applicable reduction in the royalty rate under Section 11.6 and/or 11.7, divided by (b) the total Net Sales (stated in United States Dollars) of such Product in that same period in such countries, expressed as a percentage.
Blended Rate means (a) the total amount of royalties (stated in U.S. dollars) that would be payable in a Contract Year with respect to a Product under Section 5.5.1 or 5.5.2, as applicable, [**] divided by (b) the total Net Sales (stated in U.S. dollars) of such Product in that Contract Year, expressed as a percentage.
Blended Rate as to any Liberty Party for any relevant taxable year, means the tax rate that is the highest combined corporate Federal, state and local marginal capital gain rate (determined by taking into account any deduction for net capital gain) applicable to gain or income upon dispositions of TW Securities beneficially owned by such Liberty Party during such taxable year as contemplated by Section 4.3, provided, however, that if the tax liability of the Liberty Party (or of the consolidated group of which such Liberty Party is a member for tax purposes) with respect to such income or gain for such taxable year is not determined under Section 1201 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (or any successor Section), such tax rate shall be the highest combined regular corporate Federal, state and local ordinary income tax rate applicable to such Liberty Party (or such consolidated group) for such taxable year. Such tax rate shall be determined taking into account such Liberty Party's (or its consolidated group's) relevant state and local apportionment factors with respect to such gain or income, the deductibility of state and local taxes for Federal income tax purposes (and the deductibility of taxes imposed by any taxing jurisdiction for purposes of computing the tax liability to any other taxing jurisdiction), the dividends received deduction (where such gain or income is eligible for such deduction) and any other relevant considerations.