Examples of Consolidated Tax Expense in a sentence
Consolidated Tax Expense for such period, and (y) subtracting therefrom the aggregate amount of all non-cash items increasing Consolidated Net Income (other than the accrual of revenue or recording of receivables in the ordinary course of business) for such period and (z) adding thereto the aggregate amount of all non-cash items decreasing Consolidated Net Income for such period.
CONSOLIDATED EBITDA - For any period, Consolidated Net Income (or deficit) PLUS (i) Consolidated Interest Expense, PLUS (ii) Consolidated Tax Expense, PLUS (iii) Consolidated Depreciation Expense, plus (iv) Consolidated Amortization Expense, minus (v) extraordinary gains and PLUS (vi) extraordinary losses, all as determined in accordance with GAAP.
CONSOLIDATED EBIT - For any period, Borrowers' Consolidated Net Income (or deficit) PLUS (a) Consolidated Interest Expense PLUS (b) Consolidated Tax Expense PLUS (c) extraordinary losses and MINUS (d) extraordinary gains, all as determined in accordance with GAAP..
Add paragraph 740-10-30-27A, with a link to transition paragraph 740-10-65- 8, as follows: Initial Measurement > Allocation of Consolidated Tax Expense to Separate Financial Statements of Members 740-10-30-27 The consolidated amount of current and deferred tax expense for a group that files a consolidated tax return shall be allocated among the members of the group when those members issue separate financial statements.
Consolidated Tax Expense -- means, for any period, the amount of tax expense of the Company and the Subsidiaries in respect of federal and state taxes imposed on or measured by income or excess profits, to the extent, but only to the extent, deducted from revenues of the Company and the Subsidiaries in computing Consolidated Net Earnings for such period.