Definition of Tax Obligations


Tax Obligations means taxes, withholding, certification and reporting requirements, claims for exemptions or refund, interest, penalties, additions to tax and other related expenses.
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Examples of Tax Obligations in a sentence

For purposes of this Agreement, "Tax Obligations" shall mean taxes, withholding, certification and reporting requirements, claims for exemptions or refund, interest, penalties, additions to tax and other related expenses.
Except as specifically provided herein or agreed to in writing by the Custodian, the Custodian shall have no obligations or liability with respect to Tax Obligations, including, without limitation, any obligation to file or submit returns or reports with any state, foreign or other taxing authorities.
The Custodian shall have no independent obligation to determine the existence of any information with respect to, or the extent of, any Tax Obligations now or hereafter imposed on the Fund or the account by any taxing authority.
Custodian shall provide to the Fund or the Authorized Person such information received by the Custodian which could, in the Custodian's reasonable belief, assist the Fund or the Authorized Person in the submission of any reports or returns with respect to Tax Obligations.
Custodian shall provide such other services with respect to Tax Obligations, including preparation and filing of tax returns and reports and payment of amounts due (to the extent funded), as requested by the Fund and agreed to by the Custodian in writing.