Definition of Post-Deconsolidation Taxable Period


Post-Deconsolidation Taxable Period means a taxable period that, to the extent it relates to a member of the NewCo Group, begins after the Deconsolidation Date.
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Examples of Post-Deconsolidation Taxable Period in a sentence

Carryback shall mean the carryback of a Tax Attribute (including, without limitation, a net operating loss, a net capital loss or a tax credit) by a member of the Match Group from a Post-Deconsolidation Taxable Period to a Pre-Deconsolidation Taxable Period during which such member of the Match Group was included in a Combined Return filed for such Pre-Deconsolidation Taxable Period.
Carryback shall mean the carryback of a Tax Attribute (including, without limitation, a net operating loss, a net capital loss or a Tax credit) by a member of the NewCo Group from a Post-Deconsolidation Taxable Period to a Pre-Deconsolidation Taxable Period during which such member of the NewCo Group was included in a Combined Return filed for such Pre-Deconsolidation Taxable Period.
At least fifteen (15) days prior to the due date of any Tax Return for which Enova will incur a Separate Tax Liability with respect to a Post-Deconsolidation Taxable Period, Parent shall provide Enova with a written calculation in reasonable detail setting forth the amount of such Separate Tax Liability or estimated Separate Tax Liability (for purposes of Section 5.1).