Foreign Income Tax definition

Foreign Income Tax means any Tax imposed by any foreign country or any possession of the United States, or by any political subdivision of any foreign country or United States possession, which is an income tax as defined in Treasury Regulation Section 1.901-2, and any interest, penalties, additions to tax, or additional amounts in respect of the foregoing.
Foreign Income Tax means any Tax imposed by any foreign country or any possession of the United States, or by any political subdivision of any foreign country or United States possession, which is an income tax as defined in Treasury Regulation Section 1.901-2.
Foreign Income Tax means any Income Tax other than a U.S. federal, state or local Income Tax.

Examples of Foreign Income Tax in a sentence

Unit Price and performance do not include the value of Foreign Income Tax Offsets (FITOs) which have been accrued.

Jhaveri Yash PaulCONSOLIDATED PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31ST MARCH, 2004 Rupees Rupees Year ended 31st March,2003Rupees[Including Foreign Income Tax Rs.44.64 Lakhs (2002-2003 : Rs.149.81 Lakhs, net of write back of Rs.2.05 Lakhs of earlier years)]– Provision for Taxation of Earlier Years(2002-2003 Including Foreign Income Tax written1.76 (30.92)CONSOLIDATED CASH FLOW STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31ST MARCH, 20042002-2003 Rupees in Lakhs Rupees in Lakhs Rupees in LakhsA.

A detailed tax briefing will be required for the Assignee so they understand the financial implications as it could impact their cash flow and ability to fund personal credit lines.b. AECOM may consider applying for a PAYG Variation to claim Foreign Income Tax Offsets (FITO), as against claiming the FITO on completion of the annual Australian income tax return.

In the case of any State Income Tax or Foreign Income Tax which is a Separate Company Tax, the Parent Group and the New Fluor Group shall be allocated and liable for such Tax imposed on any member or members of their respective Groups, but only for such periods as such membership existed.

SpinCo shall be responsible for any and all Foreign Income Taxes or Foreign Other Taxes due with respect to or required to be reported on any SpinCo Separate Return, including any Foreign Income Tax of SpinCo or any member of the SpinCo Group imposed by way of withholding by a member of the Manitowoc ParentCo Group (and including any increase in such Tax as a result of a Final Determination) for all Tax Periods.


More Definitions of Foreign Income Tax

Foreign Income Tax means any Income Tax imposed by any Foreign Country or any possession of the United States or by any political subdivision of any Foreign Country or possession of the United States.
Foreign Income Tax means the Income Tax, including withholding tax, imposed by the government of a foreign country or a political subdivision of a government of a foreign country, but does not include penalty, additional tax, or interest payable in respect of such tax; and
Foreign Income Tax means any Tax (including any interest, penalties, additions to tax, or additional amounts in respect of Tax) that is (i) imposed by a possession of the United States or a political subdivision thereof, or imposed by any country (other than the United States) or a political subdivision of such country, and (ii) that is an income tax as defined in Treasury Regulation Section 1.901-2.
Foreign Income Tax means income tax imposed by a foreign country and includes a final withholding tax or branch profits tax imposed by a foreign country;
Foreign Income Tax means income tax imposed by a foreign country
Foreign Income Tax means a foreign income tax referred to in Sub-section (8) of Section 69 levied by any foreign country.
Foreign Income Tax means any Tax imposed by any foreign country other than Canada and by any political subdivision of any foreign country other than Canada, which Tax is an income tax as defined in Treasury Regulation Section 1.901-2.