Tax Adjustment means an adjustment of any item of income, gain, loss, deduction, credit or other Tax Attribute.
Examples of Tax Adjustment in a sentence
If an adjustment (a “Tax Adjustment”) pursuant to a Final Determination in a Tax Contest initiated by a Tax Authority results in a Tax greater than the Tax shown on the relevant Tax Return for any Pre-Distribution Period, the Indemnified Party shall pay to the Indemnifying Party an amount equal to any Tax Benefit as and when actually realized by such Indemnified Party as a result of such Tax Adjustment.
More Definitions of Tax Adjustment
Tax Adjustment means the amount by which:
Tax Adjustment means the deemed increase or decrease in a Tax, determined on an issue-by-issue or transaction-by-transaction basis, as appropriate, and using the assumptions set forth in the next sentence, resulting from an adjustment made or proposed by a Taxing Authority with respect to any amount reflected or required to be reflected on any Return relating to such Tax. For purpose of determining such deemed increase or decrease in a Tax, the following assumptions will be used: (a) in the case of any income tax, the highest marginal tax rate or, in the case of any other Tax, the highest applicable Tax rate, in each case in effect with respect to that Tax for the Taxable period or any portion of the Taxable period to which the adjustment relates; and (b) such determination shall be made without regard to whether any actual increase or decrease in such Tax will in fact be realized with respect to the Return to which such adjustment relates.