Non-Income Taxes definition

Non-Income Taxes means any Taxes other than Income Taxes.
Non-Income Taxes means all Taxes other than Income Taxes.
Non-Income Taxes shall have the meaning set forth in Section 4.02(a).

Examples of Non-Income Taxes in a sentence

  • The Parties shall use commercially reasonable efforts to minimize Non-Income Taxes and obtain any refund, return, rebate or the like of any Non-Income Tax, including by filing any necessary exemption or other similar forms, certificates or other similar documents, in each case, to the extent legally permissible.

  • Upon the written request of the Provider, the Recipient shall submit evidence of payment of such Non-Income Taxes to the relevant Governmental Authority.

  • The Parties shall use commercially reasonable efforts to minimize Non-Income Taxes and to obtain any refund, return, rebate or the like of any Non-Income Tax, including by filing any necessary exemption or other similar forms, certificates or other similar documents, in each case, to the extent legally permissible.

  • In addition to the charges for Services, Receiver must pay Provider an amount equal to all Non-Income Taxes incurred in connection with the provision of Services.

  • All external costs and expenses (including all costs and expenses of calculating Non-Income Taxes and other amounts payable hereunder) that are incurred by the Audit Management Party with respect to a Pre-Distribution Shared Non-Income Tax Audit (including any costs and expenses incurred as a result of any reporting obligations that arise out of an Audit and any costs and expenses incurred in connection with a reverse Non-Income Tax Audit to mitigate Audit exposure) shall be shared equally by the Parties.


More Definitions of Non-Income Taxes

Non-Income Taxes means any Tax that is not an Income Tax.
Non-Income Taxes means all Taxes except income and franchise Taxes, and “Tax” shall mean all forms of taxation or duties imposed, or required to be collected or withheld, including charges, together with any related interest, penalties or other additional amounts.
Non-Income Taxes means any Taxes imposed in connection with the ownership of the Acquired Assets or the operation of the Business (other than (i) Income Taxes, (ii) sales, use, goods and services, consumption or similar Taxes, (iii) withholding Taxes or payroll, employment or employee Taxes, and (iv) Transfer Taxes), together with any related charge or amount (including any fine, penalty or interest), imposed, assessed or collected by or under the authority of any Governmental Authority.
Non-Income Taxes means ad valorem, property, excise and similar Taxes, and shall exclude Production Taxes, Transfer Taxes and Taxes based upon, measured by, or calculated with respect to (i) net income, profits or similar measures or (ii) multiple bases (including corporate franchise, business and occupation, business license or similar Taxes) if one or more of the bases on which such Tax is based, measured or calculated is described in clause (i), in each case together with any interest, penalties, or additions to such Tax.
Non-Income Taxes means any Taxes other than Taxes measured by or imposed upon net income or gross income (but not gross receipts).
Non-Income Taxes means (i) any Taxes other than Income Taxes and (ii) for the avoidance of doubt, those Taxes listed on Schedule 1.
Non-Income Taxes means whether used in the form of a noun or adjective, means Sales and Use Taxes, Payroll Based Taxes, Business License payments, payments arising in connection with compliance under any Unclaimed Property Law (including escheats), sales tax permit fees, business and occupational Taxes, education Taxes, and any Taxes based on gross or net receipts (excluding Income Taxes), value added, excise, leasing, privilege, rental, transfer or similar Taxes. By way of example, and without limiting the generality of the foregoing, Non-Income Taxes includes the following: Washington Business and Occupation Tax, D.C. Ballpark Tax, Los Angeles Business Tax, California Electronic Waste, NE Waste and Recycle, Quebec Sales Tax, Goods and Services Tax, Harmonized Sales Tax, Provincial Sales Tax, Manitoba Retail Sales Tax, and Saskatchewan Retail Sales Tax. Whenever the term “Non-Income Tax” or “Non-Income Taxes” is used it shall include penalties, fines, additions to tax and interest thereon.