Closing of the Books Method definition

Closing of the Books Method means the apportionment of items between portions of a Tax Period based on a closing of the books and records on the close of the Distribution Date (in the event that the Distribution Date is not the last day of the Tax Period, as if the Distribution Date were the last day of the Tax Period), subject to adjustment for items accrued on the Distribution Date that are properly allocable to the Tax Period following the Distribution, as jointly determined by TFMC and TEN; provided that any items not susceptible to such apportionment shall be apportioned on the basis of elapsed days during the relevant portion of the Tax Period.
Closing of the Books Method means the apportionment of items between portions of a taxable period based on a closing of the books and records on the Distribution Date (as if the Distribution Date was the end of the taxable period), provided that any items not susceptible to such apportionment (such as real or personal property taxes imposed on a periodic basis) shall be apportioned on the basis of elapsed days during the relevant portion of the taxable period.
Closing of the Books Method means the apportionment of items between portions of a taxable period based on a closing of the books and records on the Distribution Date (as if the Distribution Date was the end of the taxable period).

Examples of Closing of the Books Method in a sentence

  • Taxes for a Straddle Period shall be apportioned in accordance with the Closing of the Books Method.

  • To the extent any Pre-Closing Emerson Combined Tax Return reflects operations of an Emerson Contributed Subsidiary for a Taxable period that includes the Closing Date, Emerson shall include in such Pre-Closing Emerson Combined Tax Return the results of such Emerson Contributed Subsidiary on the basis of the Closing of the Books Method to the extent permitted by Applicable Law.

  • For the purpose of (ii) above, Taxes shall be apportioned between the two portions of such taxable period in accordance with the Closing of the Books Method.

  • To the extent any Joint Tax Return reflects operations of the VS Group for a Taxable period that includes the Distribution Date, L Brands shall include in such Joint Tax Return the results of such member of the VS Group, as the case may be, on the basis of the Closing of the Books Method to the extent permitted by Applicable Tax Law.

  • To the extent that such a Combined Tax Return reflects operations of the AOUT Group for a taxable period that includes the Distribution Date, SWBI shall include in such Combined Tax Return the results of such member of the AOUT Group on the basis of the Closing of the Books Method to the extent permitted by applicable law.


More Definitions of Closing of the Books Method

Closing of the Books Method means the apportionment of items between portions of a Taxable period based on a closing of the books and records on the close of the Closing Date (in the event that the Closing Date is not the last day of the Taxable period, as if the Closing Date were the last day of the Taxable period), subject to adjustment for items accrued on the Closing Date that are properly allocable to the Taxable period following the Closing, as determined by Emerson in its reasonable discretion, after consultation with Newco; provided that exemptions, allowances or deductions that are calculated on an annual basis (including, but not limited to, depreciation and amortization deductions) will be allocated between the period ending at the close of the Closing Date and the period beginning after the Closing Date in proportion to the number of days in each Taxable period.
Closing of the Books Method means the apportionment of items between portions of a Taxable period based on a closing of the books and records at the close of the Distribution Date (and for purposes of such apportionment, the Taxable year of any partnership or other passthrough entity or any controlled foreign corporation within the meaning of Section 957(a) of the Code or passive foreign investment company within the meaning of Section 1297 of the Code shall be deemed to terminate at the close of the Distribution Date); and in the event that the Distribution Date is not the last day of the Taxable period, as if the Distribution Date were the last day of the Taxable period), subject to adjustment for items accrued on the Distribution Date that are properly allocable to the Taxable period following the Distribution, as determined by agreement among Acquiror, SpinCo, and Parent, with any dispute among them to be resolved by the Tax Arbiter in accordance with Section 24; provided that Taxes not susceptible to such apportionment shall be apportioned between the Pre- and Post-Distribution Periods on a pro rata basis in accordance with the number of days in each Taxable period; and provided, further, that, for the avoidance of doubt, the Closing of the Books Method shall not require a closing of the books and records of any member of the JV Group (i) that is, as of immediately prior to the Distribution Date, a “domestic corporation” (within the meaning of Section 7701(a) of the Code) or (ii) all of the JV Group’s equity interests in which are owned, directly or indirectly, by members of the JV Group described in the preceding clause (i).
Closing of the Books Method means the apportionment of items between portions of a Taxable period (i) as required under the Treasury regulations promulgated under Sections 336(e) and 338 of the Code, respectively, in connection with the Section 336(e) Elections, the Section 338(h)(10) Elections and any election made under Section 338(g) of the Code pursuant to Section 10(b), as the case may be, and (ii) if and to the extent the preceding clause (i) is inapplicable, based on a closing of the books and records on the close of the Distribution Date (in the event that the Distribution Date is not the last day of the Taxable period, as if the Distribution Date were the last day of the Taxable period), and in the case of this clause (ii), subject to adjustment for items accrued on the Distribution Date that are properly allocable to the Taxable period following the Distribution, as reasonably agreed by the Company and Parent; provided that, for the avoidance of doubt, any transaction deemed to occur for U.S. federal income tax purposes as a result of the Section 336(e) Elections, the Section 338(h)(10) Elections or any election made under Section 338(g) of the Code pursuant to Section 10(b) shall be deemed for all purposes of this Agreement to have occurred prior to the Distribution Effective Time; provided, further, that any items not susceptible to such apportionment shall be apportioned on the basis of elapsed days during the relevant portion of the Taxable period.
Closing of the Books Method means the apportionment of items between portions of a Straddle Period based on a closing of the books as of the end of the Closing Date, provided that any items not susceptible to such apportionment shall be apportioned ratably on the basis of elapsed days during the relevant portion of the Straddle Period ending on and including the Closing Date.
Closing of the Books Method means the apportionment of items between portions of a Taxable period (i) in the case of any Tax based upon or related to income, gains, receipts, gross margins, employment, sales, use, or other Taxes imposed on a non-periodic basis, pursuant to an interim closing-of-the-books as of the end of the Distribution Date, and (ii) in the case of property, ad valorem and other Taxes imposed on a periodic basis, on the basis of elapsed days during the relevant portion of the Taxable period.
Closing of the Books Method means that convention that is described in Treasury Regulation Section 1.1502-76 for determining a consolidated group’s taxable income for a taxable year in which a member ceases to be a member of the consolidated group.
Closing of the Books Method means the apportionment of items between portions of a Tax Period based on a