Flip Tax definition

Flip Tax means thirty percent (30%) of the Sale Profit from any Sale of Shares by a Shareholder; provided, however, that, if such Shareholder acquired such Shares within three
Flip Tax means restructure the form of incorporation under which the current shareholders would hold shares in a U.S. resident company which owns 100% of the shares of the Company. 2.15 “IPO” means the initial public offering of the Company’s shares and the listing of such shares for trading on any recognized stock exchange or over-the-counter or computerized securities trading system.
Flip Tax means a restructure of the form of incorporation under which the then current shareholders of the Company would hold shares in a U.S. resident company which owns 100% of the shares of the Company.

Examples of Flip Tax in a sentence

The Flip Tax, if any, shall be paid by the Party specified in ¶ 1.19.

However, if there is ambiguity as to the Party responsible for a particular fee (other than the Flip Tax) then such fee shall be paid in equal portions by Seller and Purchaser.

At the annual meeting of the Co-Op's shareholders on November 8, 2000, the shareholders voted to ratify and implement the Flip Tax (id.).

The Flip Tax, if any, shall be paid by the Party specified in 1.19.

All costs incurred due to injury are parent’s responsibility—LAPS DOES NOT pay any medical costs.If you are interested in purchasing insurance or to have as supplemental insurance we have packets available through the school district.

The Board shall supervise the transfer of Shares in such a manner as to implement the rules and restrictions established for transfers in the Certificate of Incorporation and the Proprietary Lease and shall not make any transfer except on proof that the Corporation shall receive a resale tax (Flip Tax) on the Apartment Profit received on each sale, transfer or exchange of the individual units in the Housing Project according to the schedule contained in Article XV of these by-laws.

In February 2000, the board of the Co- Op (the Board) approved a mandatory flip tax of 1% to be paid by a selling shareholder (the Flip Tax) (id., ¶ 14).

Seller’s Fees: ALL CHECKS MUST BE CERTIFIED, BANK OR ATTORNEY ESCROW • Flip Tax – check payable to 300 West 23rd Street Owners Corp.

Flip Tax: imposed in some Co-ops, on seller, as a way to generate income to replenish the reserve money of the Co-op Corporation.

The Flip Tax, which is levied against the seller, shall be assessed against the resale profits received by the seller from all payments made by a purchaser of these shares, whether made at closing or by later installments on a purchase moneymortgage.


More Definitions of Flip Tax

Flip Tax. (che non è una vera e propria tassa, ma l’ammontare che il venditore deve pagare alla co-op per il trasferimento delleazioni), l’imposta su immobili di valore superiore al milione didollari (c.d. mansion tax, tipica di New York, non presente intutte le città), i costi di finanziamento, la commissione all’agenteimmobiliare, lapolizza assicurativa (title insurance)perassicurare la qualità del titolo di proprietà (che garantisce ilvalido ed effettivo trasferimento della proprietà all’acquirente),ricerche relative ad eventuali ipoteche o altri vizi del titolo diproprietà, spese legali ed ulteriori esborsi di minor rilievo. Unavvocato che abbia familiarità con la materia immobiliare é ingrado di prospettare all’acquirente tutte le spese imprescindibili ed i criteri di valutazione più appropriati. È altresì compitodell’avvocato farsvolgere gli accertamenti sul titolo, sllacongruità delle spese condominiali, ecc.L’acquisto immobiliare avviene solitamente in due momentiseparati: la firma del contratto di compravendita ocompromesso, che spesso include ulteriori formalità(finanziamento, polizza assicurativa, risoluzioni di eventuali problemi con il titolo di proprietà, ecc.) e, successivamente, la “chiusura” o rogito, cioè il momento in cui il titolo di proprietàviene effettivamente trasferito all’acquirente. Il contratto dicompravendita è solitamente composto da un modello standard e prestampato, e da un addendum (c.d. “rider”) che contiene i punti negoziali di maggior rilievo.Mentre non è necessario che il contratto di compravendita venga firmato contemporaneamente, o nello stesso luogo, il rogito, invece, richiede la presenza di entrambe le parti, o dei loro rappresentanti legali muniti di valida procura speciale, e deve redigersi conformemente alla normativa dello Stato presso il quale si trova l’immobile. Una volta ultimata la compravendita, sia di un condominio che di una co-op, vanno pagate mensilmente le spese condominiali e, nelle co-op, le tasse immobiliari. 3.3.7. Acquisto di un immobile commercialeL’acquisto di un immobile commerciale richiama, nella sostanza, quanto indicato (inclusa l’imposta di trasferimento e le norme sulla trattenuta) per gli immobili residenziali, benché ovviamente esso non sia destinato ad uso abitativo.In generale, l’acquisto di un immobile commerciale ruota attorno alle competenze di un insieme di professionisti del settore, quali avvocati con esperienza in materia immobiliare, agentiimmobiliari, periti, agenti assicurativi, arc...

Related to Flip Tax

Stamp Tax means any stamp, registration, documentation or similar tax.
input tax , in relation to a vendor, means—
Tax or Taxes Means any federal, state, provincial, local or foreign income, gross receipts, license, payroll, employment-related, excise, goods and services, harmonized sales, severance, stamp, occupation, premium, windfall profits, environmental, customs duties, capital stock, franchise, profits, withholding, social security, unemployment, disability, real property, personal property, sales, use, transfer, registration, value added, alternative or add-on minimum, estimated, or other tax of any kind whatsoever, including any interest, penalty, or addition thereto, whether disputed or not.
Assumed Tax Rate means the highest effective marginal combined U.S. federal, state and local income tax rate for a Fiscal Year prescribed for an individual or corporate resident in New York, New York (taking into account (a) the nondeductiblity of expenses subject to the limitation described in Section 67(a) of the Code and (b) the character (e.g., long-term or short-term capital gain or ordinary or exempt income) of the applicable income, but not taking into account the deductibility of state and local income taxes for U.S. federal income tax purposes). For the avoidance of doubt, the Assumed Tax Rate will be the same for all Partners.
Additional Tax means the same as that term is defined in Section 529 of the Code, which applies a 10% additional tax to any Non-Qualified Withdrawal. Residents of states other than Florida may have a state income tax which applies an additional tax to any Non-Qualified Withdrawal.
Other Tax means any Federal Other Tax, State Other Tax, or Foreign Other Tax.
Transaction Payroll Taxes means all employer portion payroll or employment Taxes incurred in connection with any bonuses, option cash-outs or other compensatory payments in connection with the Transactions.
Actual Tax Liability means, with respect to any Taxable Year, the actual liability for U.S. federal, state and local income Taxes of (i) the Corporate Taxpayer and (ii) without duplication, OpCo, but only with respect to Taxes imposed on OpCo and allocable to the Corporate Taxpayer for such Taxable Year.
After-Tax Basis means, with respect to any payment to be received, the amount of such payment increased so that, after deduction of the amount of all taxes required to be paid by the recipient calculated at the then maximum marginal rates generally applicable to Persons of the same type as the recipients with respect to the receipt by the recipient of such amounts (less any tax savings realized as a result of the payment of the indemnified amount), such increased payment (as so reduced) is equal to the payment otherwise required to be made.
Transfer Tax means any tax or charge, including any documentary stamp tax, imposed or collected by any governmental or regulatory authority in respect of any transfer of any security, instrument or right, including Rights, shares of Common Stock and shares of Preferred Stock.
Additional Taxes means any additional taxes, duties and other governmental charges to which an Issuer Trust has become subject from time to time as a result of a Tax Event.
Assumed Tax Liability means, with respect to a Member, an amount equal to the Distribution Tax Rate multiplied by the estimated or actual taxable income of the Company, as determined for federal income tax purposes, allocated to such Member pursuant to Section 5.05 for the period to which the Assumed Tax Liability relates as determined for federal income tax purposes to the extent not previously taken into account in determining the Assumed Tax Liability of such Member, as reasonably determined by the Manager; provided that, in the case of the Corporation, such Assumed Tax Liability (i) shall be computed without regard to any increases to the tax basis of the Company’s property pursuant to Section 743(b) of the Code and (ii) shall in no event be less than an amount that will enable the Corporation to meet its tax obligations, including its obligations pursuant to the Tax Receivable Agreement, for the relevant taxable year.
Effective tax rate means the rate that will produce last year’s total tax levy (adjusted) from this year’s total taxable values (adjusted). “Adjusted” means lost values are not included in the calculation of last year’s taxes and new values are not included in this year’s taxable values.
Non-Stepped Up Tax Basis means, with respect to any Reference Asset at any time, the Tax basis that such asset would have had at such time if no Basis Adjustments had been made.
Stamp Tax Jurisdiction has the meaning specified in Section 4(e).
Transaction Tax Deductions means, without duplication, any and all Tax deductions of the Target Entities that are “more likely than not” to be both deductible under applicable Law and deductible in a Pre-Closing Tax Period related to or arising from (a) the payment of any bonuses, any payments for, or vesting of, or in respect of, any restricted stock, stock options, stock appreciation rights, incentive units or similar equity incentive awards, and any other compensatory payments, management, advisory or consulting fees and other similar items in connection with the transactions contemplated by this Agreement or the Ancillary Agreements, (b) expenses with respect to Indebtedness (including any unamortized capitalized financing costs, fees and expenses) being paid in connection with the Closing, and (c) all transaction-related expenses and payments that are deductible by the Target Entities for Tax purposes, including the Transaction Expenses; provided that, with respect to any success-based fees included in Transaction Expenses, seventy percent (70%) of such fees shall be treated as deductible in accordance with Rev. Proc. 2011-29.
Buyer Taxes means all taxes, duties, fees, or other charges of any nature (including, but not limited to, ad valorem, consumption, excise, franchise, gross receipts, license, property, sales, stamp, storage, transfer, turnover, use, or value-added taxes, and any and all items of withholding, deficiency, penalty, addition to tax, interest, or assessment related thereto), other than Seller Taxes, imposed by any governmental authority of any country on the Seller or its employees, its Subcontractors or Suppliers due to the execution of any agreement, including the Contract, or the performance of or payment for Work under the Contract.
UK Tax Deduction means a deduction or withholding for, or on account of, Tax imposed by the United Kingdom from a payment under a Loan Document, other than a FATCA Deduction.
Excluded Tax means with respect to any Secured Party (a) taxes measured by net income (including branch profit taxes) and franchise taxes imposed in lieu of net income taxes, in each case imposed on any Secured Party as a result of a present or former connection between such Secured Party and the jurisdiction of the Governmental Authority imposing such tax or any political subdivision or taxing authority thereof or therein (other than such connection arising solely from any Secured Party having executed, delivered, became a party to, received or perfected a security interest under or performed its obligations or received a payment under, or engaged in any other transaction pursuant to or enforced any Loan Document, or sold or assigned an interest in any Loan Document); (b) withholding taxes to the extent that the obligation to withhold amounts existed on the date that such Person became a “Secured Party” under this Agreement or designates a new Lending Office, except in each case to the extent that such Secured Party (or its assignor, if any) was entitled, at the time of designation of new Lending Office or assignment, to receive additional amounts under Section 10.1(b); (c) taxes that are directly attributable to the failure (other than as a result of a change in any Requirement of Law) by any Secured Party to deliver the documentation required to be delivered pursuant to Section 10.1(f); and (d) in the case of a Non-U.S. Lender Party, any United States federal withholding taxes imposed on amounts payable to such Non-U.S. Lender Party as a result of such Non-U.S. Lender Party’s failure to comply with FATCA.
council tax benefit means council tax benefit under Part 7 of the SSCBA; “couple” has the meaning given by paragraph 4;
the Taxes Act means the Income and Corporation Taxes Act 1988;
Special Taxes means any and all present or future taxes, levies, imposts, deductions, charges or withholdings, or any liabilities with respect thereto, including those arising after the date hereof as result of the adoption of or any change in law, treaty, rule, regulation, guideline or determination of a Governmental Authority or any change in the interpretation or application thereof by a Governmental Authority but excluding, in the case of Mezzanine Lender, such taxes (including income taxes, franchise taxes and branch profit taxes) as are imposed on or measured by Mezzanine Lender’s net income by the United States of America or any Governmental Authority of the jurisdiction under the laws under which Mezzanine Lender is organized or maintains a lending office.
Tax Detriment means an increase in the Tax liability (or reduction in refund or credit or any item of deduction or expense) of a Taxpayer for any taxable period. Except as otherwise provided in this Agreement, a Tax Detriment shall be deemed to have been realized or incurred from a Tax Item in a taxable period only if and to the extent that the Tax liability of the Taxpayer for such period, after taking into account the effect of the Tax Item on the Tax liability of such Taxpayer in the current period and all prior periods, is more than it would have been had such Tax liability been determined without regard to such Tax Item.
Relevant Tax Authority means HMRC, or, if applicable, the tax authority in the jurisdiction in which the Supplier is established;
VAT means value added tax in accordance with the provisions of the Value Added Tax Act 1994.
Seller Taxes means (i) Income Taxes imposed by any Laws on Seller or any of its Affiliates, or any combined, unitary, or consolidated group of which any of the foregoing is or was a member, (ii) Asset Taxes allocable to Seller pursuant to Section 10.2 (taking into account, and without duplication of, (A) such Asset Taxes effectively born by Seller as a result of Purchase Price adjustments made pursuant to Section 3.4 and/or Section 14.1 and (B) any payments made from one Party to the other in respect of Asset Taxes pursuant to the penultimate sentence of Section 10.3), (iii) any Taxes imposed on or with respect to the ownership or operation of the Excluded Assets, if any, and (iv) any and all other Taxes imposed on or with respect to the ownership or operation of the Assets for any tax period (or portion thereof) ending before the Effective Time.