Tax Detriment definition

Tax Detriment means an increase in the Tax liability (or reduction in refund or credit or any item of deduction or expense) of a Taxpayer for any taxable period. Except as otherwise provided in this Agreement, a Tax Detriment shall be deemed to have been realized or incurred from a Tax Item in a taxable period only if and to the extent that the Tax liability of the Taxpayer for such period, after taking into account the effect of the Tax Item on the Tax liability of such Taxpayer in the current period and all prior periods, is more than it would have been had such Tax liability been determined without regard to such Tax Item.
Tax Detriment means an increase in the Tax liability of a taxpayer (or of the consolidated, combined, or unitary group of which it is a member) for any Taxable Period. Except as otherwise provided in this Agreement, a Tax Detriment shall be deemed to have been realized or received from a Tax Item in a Taxable Period only if and to the extent that the Tax liability of the taxpayer (or of the consolidated, combined, or unitary group of which it is a member) for such period, after taking into account the effect of the Tax Item on the Tax liability of such taxpayer (or of the consolidated, combined, or unitary group of which it is a member) in the current period and all prior periods, is more than it would have been if such Tax liability were determined on a consistent basis without regard to such Tax Item, taking into account the principles of Schedule I.
Tax Detriment means, without double counting, the sum of (i) the amount of the increase in the Tax liability of an entity (or of the consolidated or combined group of which it is a member), whether temporary or permanent, for any taxable period that arises, or may arise in the future, as a result of any adjustment to, or addition or deletion of, a Tax Item in the computation of the Tax liability of the entity (or the consolidated or combined group of which it is a member), and (ii) the amount by which the entity’s (or consolidated or combined group of which it is a member) Deferred Taxes are increased as a result of such adjustment, addition, or deletion.

Examples of Tax Detriment in a sentence

  • The Realized Tax Benefit and Realized Tax Detriment for each Taxable Year shall be determined based on the most recent Tax Benefit Schedule or Amended Schedule, if any, in existence at the time of such determination.

  • If all or a portion of the Actual Tax Liability for such Taxable Year arises as a result of an audit or similar proceeding by a Taxing Authority of any Taxable Year, such liability shall not be included in determining the Realized Tax Detriment unless and until there has been a Determination.

  • Subject to Section 3.3, the Realized Tax Benefit (or the Realized Tax Detriment) for each Taxable Year is intended to measure the decrease (or increase) in the actual liability for Taxes of the Corporate Taxpayer for such Taxable Year attributable to the Tax Attributes, determined using a “with and without” methodology.

  • Subject to Section 3.3(a), the Realized Tax Benefit or Realized Tax Detriment for each Taxable Year is intended to measure the decrease or increase in the actual liability for Taxes of the Corporate Taxpayer for such Taxable Year attributable to the Basis Adjustments and Imputed Interest, determined using a “with and without” methodology.

  • If all or a portion of the actual liability for such Covered Taxes for the Taxable Year arises as a result of an audit by a Taxing Authority of any Taxable Year, such liability shall not be included in determining the Realized Tax Detriment unless and until there has been a Determination.


More Definitions of Tax Detriment

Tax Detriment means any item of income, gain, recapture of credit or any other Tax Item which increases Taxes paid or payable.
Tax Detriment means an increase in the Tax liability (or reduction in refund or credit or any item of deduction or expense) of a taxpayer (or of the Affiliated Group, or similar group of entities as defined under corresponding provisions of the laws of any other jurisdiction, of which it is a member) for any taxable period. Except as otherwise provided in this Agreement, a Tax Detriment shall be deemed to have been realized or incurred from a Tax Item in a taxable period only if and to the extent that the Tax liability of the taxpayer (or of the Affiliated Group, or similar group of entities as defined under corresponding provisions of the laws of any other jurisdiction, of which it is a member) for such period, after taking into account the effect of the Tax Item on the Tax liability of such taxpayer (or of the Affiliated Group, or similar group of entities as defined under corresponding provisions of the laws of any other jurisdiction, of which it is a member) in the current period and all prior periods, is more than it would have been had such Tax liability been determined without regard to such Tax Item.
Tax Detriment means any increase in required Tax payments (or, without duplication, the reduction in any refund or credit).
Tax Detriment means the increase in Tax that should result from any item of income or gain (or any other item), whether or not an actual increase in Tax occurs, including any interest with respect thereto, net of any Tax savings attributable to such interest. For purposes of calculating the amount of any Tax Detriment, the maximum statutory rate (or rates, in the case of an item that affects more than one Tax) applicable to each item of income, gain, loss, deduction, or credit (or any other item) shall be used.
Tax Detriment means an increase in the Income Tax liability of any Person (or of the Affiliated Group of which it is a member) for any Taxable Period. Except as otherwise provided in this Agreement, a Tax Detriment shall be deemed to have been realized or suffered from a Tax Item in a Taxable Period only if, and to the extent that, the Income Tax liability of the Person (or the Affiliated Group of which it is a member) for such period is greater than it would have been if such Income Tax liability were determined without regard to such Tax Item.
Tax Detriment means, with respect to any Taxes incurred as a result of the recognition of income or gain by an indemnified party in a taxable period(s) earlier than the taxable period(s) in which such income or gain would otherwise have been recognized by such party solely as a result of an action or inaction by an indemnifying party, the excess, if any, of (i) the net present value of such Taxes incurred by the indemnified party in such earlier taxable period(s) over (ii) the net present value of the Taxes that would otherwise have been incurred in such later taxable period, assuming (i) a discount rate equal to USAi's borrowing rate in effect as of the time such net present values are calculated and (ii) that for all taxable years, the indemnified party is fully taxable at the highest applicable marginal U.S. federal income tax rate and the highest applicable marginal income and franchise tax rates of the state, local and foreign jurisdictions in which the Partnership or any of its subsidiaries conducts business (assuming full deductibility of state and local taxes, and full credit ability and deductibility of foreign taxes, for U.S. federal (and if applicable state and local) income tax purposes).
Tax Detriment means an increase in the Tax liability (or reduction in refund or credit or item of deduction or expense) of a taxpayer (or of the Affiliated Group of which it is a member) for any taxable period.