Income Tax definition

Income Tax means any federal, state, local, or foreign income tax, including any interest, penalty, or addition thereto, whether disputed or not.
Income Tax means any federal, state, local or foreign Tax (a) based upon, measured by or calculated with respect to net income, profits or receipts (including, without limitation, capital gains Taxes and minimum Taxes) or (b) based upon, measured by or calculated with respect to multiple bases (including, without limitation, corporate franchise taxes) if one or more of the bases on which such Tax may be based, measured by or calculated with respect to, is described in clause (a), in each case together with any interest, penalties, or additions to such Tax.

Examples of Income Tax in a sentence

  • Income Tax and other statutory clearances shall be obtained by the lessors at their own cost as and when required.

  • Income Tax, Royalty, GST (CGST, SGST, IGST), Construction Workers' Welfare Cess, Labour Insurances and similar other statutory levy / cess will have to be borne by the contractor/bidder and his/her quoted rate should be quoted accordingly after considering all these charges, and no separate payment towards any of the statutory taxes shall be made by the implementing authority.

  • All categories of prospective Tenderers shall have to submit valid and up to date Professional Tax receipt challan, GST registration certificate, Income Tax Return Acknowledgement receipt for last 3 years, PAN card issued by Income Tax Department, Voter ID card, Aadhar Card and Trade licence for similar nature of work in respect of the prospective tenderer.

  • An eligible dependent is someone for whom you can claim expenses on Federal Income Tax Form 2441 "Credit for Child and Dependent Care Expenses." Children must be under age 13.

  • The employee representatives, the employer representatives, and the Crown, intend to establish an OSSTF Employee Life and Health Trust (ELHT), (hereinafter, the “Trust”), to provide benefits to teachers and other education workers in the Province of Ontario in accordance with section 144.1 of the Income Tax Act (Canada) (“ITA”).


More Definitions of Income Tax

Income Tax means any federal, state, local, or foreign income tax measured by or imposed on net income, including any interest, penalty, or addition thereto, whether disputed or not.
Income Tax or “Income Taxes” means all Taxes based upon, measured by, or calculated with respect to (i) gross or net income or gross or net receipts of profits (including any capital gains, minimum taxes and any Taxes on items of preference, but not including sales, use, goods and services, real or personal property transfer or other similar Taxes), (ii) net worth, capital or capital stock (including any franchise, business activity, doing business or occupation Taxes), (iii) multiple bases (including, but not limited to, franchise, doing business or occupation Taxes) if one or more of the bases upon which such Tax may be based upon, measured by, or calculated with respect to, is described in (i) above, or (iv) withholding taxes measured by, or calculated with respect to, any payments or distributions (other than wages).
Income Tax means (a) any Tax based upon, measured by, or calculated with respect to (1) net income or profits (including, without limitation, any capital gains Tax, minimum Tax and any Tax on items of Tax preference, but not including sales, use, real or personal property, gross or net receipts, transfer or similar Taxes) or (2) multiple bases if one or more of the bases upon which such Tax may be based, measured by, or calculated with respect to, is described in clause (1) above, or (b) any United States state or local franchise Tax.
Income Tax means all Taxes (i) based upon, measured by, or calculated with respect to, net income, net profits or deemed net profits (including any capital gains Tax, minimum Tax based upon, measured by, or calculated with respect to, net income, net profits or deemed net profits, any Tax on items of Tax preference and depreciation recapture or clawback, but not including sales, use, real or personal property, gross or net receipts, gross profits, transfer and similar Taxes), (ii) imposed by a foreign country which qualify under Section 903 of the Code or (iii) based upon, measured by, or calculated with respect to multiple bases (including, but not limited to, corporate franchise and occupation Taxes) if such Taxes may be based upon, measured by, or calculated with respect to one or more bases described in clause (i) above.
Income Tax means a tax imposed on or measured by net income including any tax imposed on or measured by an amount arrived at by deducting expenses from gross income, one or more forms of which expenses are not specifically and directly related to particular transactions.
Income Tax means any federal, state, local or foreign Tax determined (in whole or in part) by reference to net income, net worth, gross receipts or capital, or any such Taxes imposed in lieu of such a Tax. For the avoidance of doubt, the term “Income Tax” includes any franchise Tax, net worth, gross receipts, capital or any such Taxes imposed in lieu of such a Tax.
Income Tax means (a) any income, alternative or add-on minimum tax, gross income, gross receipts, franchise, profits, including estimated taxes relating to any of the foregoing, or other similar tax or other like assessment or charge of similar kind whatsoever, excluding any Other Tax, together with any interest and any penalty, addition to tax or additional amount imposed by any Taxing Authority responsible for the imposition of any such Tax (domestic or foreign); or (b) any liability of a Person for the payment of any taxes, interest, penalty, addition to tax or like additional amount resulting from the application of Treas. Reg. Section 1.1502-6 or comparable provisions of any Taxing Authority in respect of a Tax Return of a Relevant Group or any Contract.