Employment and Withholding Taxes means any federal, state, local, foreign or other employment, unemployment, insurance, social security, disability, workers' compensation, payroll, health care or other similar Tax and all Taxes required to be withheld by or on behalf of each of the Company and any of its Subsidiaries or the Parent or any of its Subsidiaries, as the case may be, in connection with amounts paid or owing to any employee, independent contractor, creditor, stockholder or other party, in each case, on or in respect of the business or assets thereof.
Examples of Employment and Withholding Taxes in a sentence
The distribution of the shares of the Companys Class A Common Stock relating to the Deferred Shares shall be subject to all applicable Employment and Withholding Taxes.
All material Employment and Withholding Taxes required to be withheld and paid on or before the Closing Date have (or by the Closing Date will have) been duly paid to the proper Governmental Entity or properly set aside in accounts for such purpose.
The Company shall take all actions reasonably necessary to pay, and shall at the Closing cause to be paid, the Management Amount to the Persons and in the amounts listed on Schedule 7.4, subject to all applicable Employment and Withholding Taxes and the unpaid portion of the Expense Amount.
Except as Previously Disclosed, all Company Employment and Withholding Taxes (and any other withholding taxes) required to be withheld and paid by any member of the Company Group have been duly and timely withheld and paid.
Except as set forth in Schedule 3.9(d), no other Tax 28 Return is currently under audit by any other taxing authority, and no Employment and Withholding Taxes are currently under audit by any taxing authority.