State Income Tax definition

State Income Tax means any Tax imposed by any State of the United States (or by any political subdivision of any such State) or the District of Columbia, or any city or municipality located therein, which is imposed on or measured by net income, including state and local franchise or similar Taxes measured by net income, and any interest, penalties, additions to tax, or additional amounts in respect of the foregoing.
State Income Tax means any Tax imposed by any State of the United States or by any political subdivision of any such State which is imposed on or measured by net income, including state and local franchise or similar Taxes measured by net income.
State Income Tax means any Income Tax imposed by any State of the United States or by any political subdivision of any such State.

Examples of State Income Tax in a sentence

For U.S. entities, Contractor, its employees and subcontractors if any, is/are independent contractors for whom no Federal or State Income Tax will be deducted by the University, and for whom no retirement benefits, social security benefits, group health or life insurance, vacation and sick leave, Worker's Compensation and similar benefits available to University's employees will accrue.

If the Provider is an individual, the Provider understands and agrees that he/she is an independent contractor for whom no Federal or State Income Tax will be deducted by the Department, and for whom no retirement benefits, survivor benefit insurance, group life insurance, vacation and sick leave, and similar benefits available to State employees will accrue.

This taxable gain will be subject to federal and state income tax withholding unless I have completed Notification for Federal and State Income Tax Withholding.

Mandatory Federal and State Income Tax withholding does not apply to this type of rollover.

If I elect this, State Income Tax will be withheld based on a default rate/rules provided by the state of my residence.


More Definitions of State Income Tax

State Income Tax means any form of tax for which, under a State status:
State Income Tax or "state income tax act" means the tax levied by this part.
State Income Tax means any Tax imposed by any state of the United States or by any political subdivision of any such state which is imposed on or measured by income, including state or local franchise or similar Taxes measured by income, as well as any state or local franchise, capital or similar Taxes imposed in lieu of or in addition to a tax imposed on or measured by income.
State Income Tax means any Tax imposed by any state of the United States, the District of Columbia or any political subdivision of the foregoing, which is imposed on or measured, in whole or in part, by income, capital or net worth or a taxable base in the nature of income, capital or net worth, including franchise Taxes based on such factors.
State Income Tax means any Income Tax imposed by any state of the United States (or the District of Columbia) or by any political subdivision of any such state (or the District of Columbia).
State Income Tax means the income tax imposed by Act No. 281 of the Public Acts of 1967, as amended, being sections 206.1 to 206.499 of the Compiled Laws of 1948, or any similar act.
State Income Tax means any Tax imposed by any State of the United States or by any political subdivision of any such State which is imposed on or measured by net income, including state and local franchise or similar Taxes measured by net income (including, without limitation, any Tax which is measured by the higher of capital or net income (e.g., Ohio Rev. Code Ann. Title 57, Section 5733, Corporate Franchise Tax)).