Schedule E definition

Schedule E means internal revenue service schedule E (form 1040) filed by a taxpayer pursuant to the Internal Revenue Code.
Schedule E means Internal Revenue Service schedule E filed by a taxpayer pursuant to the Internal Revenue Code.
Schedule E refers to the Schedule E entitledMonthly Renewable Energy Credit Charge” which is attached to and made part of this Agreement.

Examples of Schedule E in a sentence

  • In accordance with Sections 10 and 11 of Appendix 2 to this ISA, the Interconnection Customer shall pay to the Transmission Provider the charges applicable after Initial Operation, as set forth in Schedule E to this ISA.

  • All such charges shall be stated in Schedule E of the Interconnection Service Agreement.

  • The Contractor shall, as part of the Contractor's submission respecting this Contract, complete the attached Schedule B, Identification of Principles; Schedule C, Schedule of Tendered Unit Prices; Schedule D, Schedule of Equipment to be used on the work; and Schedule E, Schedule of Sub-Contractors.

  • Excluding items in Schedule E – Part 3 – Special Deposits, real estate, mortgage loans and investments held physically in the reporting entity’s offices, vaults or safety deposit boxes, were all stocks, bonds and other securities, owned throughout the current year held pursuant to a custodial agreement with a qualified bank or trust company in accordance with Section 1, III – General Examination Considerations, F.

  • Schedule E - Unrelated Debt-Financed Income (see instructions) 1.


More Definitions of Schedule E

Schedule E means Internal Revenue Service Schedule E (Form 1040) filed by a taxpayer pursuant to the Internal Revenue Code.
Schedule E means IRS schedule E (form 1040) filed by a taxpayer pursuant to the Internal Revenue Code.
Schedule E means internal revenue service schedule E (form 1040) filed by a taxpayer pursuant to the Internal Revenue Code. (42 “Schedule F” means internal revenue service schedule F (form 1040) filed by a taxpayer pursuant to the Internal Revenue Code. (43) “Single member limited liability company” means a limited liability company that has one direct member. (44) “Small employer” means any employer that had total revenue of less than$500,000 during the preceding taxable year. For purposes of this Section, “total revenue” means receipts of any type or kind, including, but not limited to, sales receipts; payments; rents; profits; gains, dividends, and other investment income; compensation; commissions; premiums; money; property; grants; contributions; donations; gifts; program service revenue; patient service revenue; premiums; fees, including premium fees and service fees; tuition payments; unrelated business revenue; reimbursements; any type of payment from a governmental unit, including grants and other allocations; and any other similar receipts reported for federal income tax purposes or under generally accepted accounting principles. “Small employer” does not include the federal government; any state government, including any state agency or instrumentality; any political subdivision; or any entity treated as a government for financial accounting and reporting purposes.(45) “Tax Administrator” means the individual charged with direct responsibility for administration of an income tax levied by the City in accordance with this Chapter. (46) “Tax return preparer” means any individual described in Section 7701(a)(36) of the Internal Revenue Code and 26 C.F.R. 301.7701-15. (47) “Taxable year” means the corresponding tax reporting period as prescribed for the taxpayer under the Internal Revenue Code. (48) (A) “Taxpayer” means a person subject to a tax levied on income by a municipal corporation in accordance with this Chapter. “Taxpayer” does not include a grantor trust or, except as provided in Subsection (c)(48)(B)(i) herein, a disregarded entity. (B) (i) A single member limited liability company that is a disregarded entity for federal tax purposes may be a separate taxpayer from its single member in all Ohio municipal corporations in which it either filed as a separate taxpayer or did not file for its taxable year ending in 2003, if all of the following conditions are met:
Schedule E means Base Rent Determination
Schedule E means internal revenue service schedule E (form 1040) filed by a taxpayer pursuant t o the Internal Revenue Code.
Schedule E means the Collection Plans. “Schedule “F”’ means a document outlining the Rights and Remedies of Secured Creditors.