Definition of Tax Payments

  1. Tax Payments means, with respect to any taxable period (i) for which Borrower and/or any of its Subsidiaries are members of a consolidated, combined or similar income tax group for applicable federal, state and/or local income tax purposes of which a direct or indirect parent of Borrower is the common parent (a "Tax Group") or (ii) for which Borrower is a disregarded entity or a partnership with a direct or indirect corporate parent (a "Corporate Parent"), (a) payments equal to the portion of any consolidated, combined or similar federal, state and/or local income taxes (as applicable) of such Tax Group, or the portion of the federal, state and/or local income taxes of such Corporate Parent (or, where such Corporate Parent owns some of its equity interest in Borrower indirectly through one or more corporate subsidiaries, such corporate subsidiaries (the "Corporate Parent Subsidiaries"), for such taxable period, that, in each case, is attributable to the income of Borrower, the applicable Restricted Subsidiaries or, to the extent of the amount actually received from its applicable Unrestricted Subsidiaries, such Unrestricted Subsidiaries, provided that in each case the amount of such payments with respect to any taxable period does not exceed the amount that Borrower, the applicable Restricted Subsidiaries and (to the extent described above) the applicable Unrestricted Subsidiaries would have been required to pay in respect of such federal, state and local income taxes for such taxable period had Borrower, the applicable Restricted Subsidiaries and (to the extent described above) the applicable Unrestricted Subsidiaries been a stand-alone corporate taxpayer or stand-alone corporate tax group for all taxable periods ending after the Closing Date and (b) for any such taxable period with respect to which the portion of the actual Massachusetts income tax liability of the Tax Group or Corporate Parent (or any applicable Corporate Parent Subsidiaries) that is attributable to Borrower or its applicable Restricted Subsidiaries (or, to the extent of the amount actually received from any applicable Unrestricted Subsidiaries in respect thereof, such Unrestricted Subsidiaries) exceeds the maximum payment permitted under clause (a) for such taxable period in respect of Massachusetts income tax, a payment equal to the amount of such excess (reduced, to the extent such excess is not deducted under clause (a) in computing the permitted distribution under clause (a) for federal income taxes for such period, by any actual federal income tax benefit derived by the Tax Group or Corporate Parent (or any applicable Corporate Parent Subsidiaries) in respect of the deduction of such excess).

Examples of Tax Payments in a sentence

  1. No certificate representing a share of Common Stock shall be delivered until the Required Tax Payments have been satisfied in full.
  2. "Recurring Additional Charges" means Additional Tax Payments, Impositions Payments, Operating Payments and either PILOT Payments or Tax Payments, as applicable.
  3. Maintenance of Office or Agency........................... 39 Section 5.06 Tax Payments.............................................. 40 ARTICLE 6 SUCCESSOR CORPORATION Section 6.01.

Definition of Tax Payments in Amendment to Credit Agreement

Tax Payments means, with respect to any taxable period (i) for which Borrower and/or any of its Subsidiaries are members of a consolidated, combined or similar income tax group for applicable federal, state and/or local income tax purposes of which a direct or indirect parent of Borrower is the common parent (a "Tax Group") or (ii) for which Borrower is a disregarded entity or a partnership with a direct or indirect corporate parent (a "Corporate Parent"), (a) payments equal to the portion of any consolidated, combined or similar federal, state and/or local income taxes (as applicable) of such Tax Group, or the portion of the federal, state and/or local income taxes of such Corporate Parent (or, where such Corporate Parent owns some of its equity interest in Borrower indirectly through one or more corporate subsidiaries, such corporate subsidiaries (the "Corporate Parent Subsidiaries"), for such taxable period, that, in each case, is attributable to the income of Borrower, the applicable Restricted Subsidiaries or, to the extent of the amount actually received from its applicable Unrestricted Subsidiaries, such Unrestricted Subsidiaries, provided that in each case the amount of such payments with respect to any taxable period does not exceed the amount that Borrower, the applicable Restricted Subsidiaries and (to the extent described above) the applicable Unrestricted Subsidiaries would have been required to pay in respect of such federal, state and local income taxes for such taxable period had Borrower, the applicable Restricted Subsidiaries and (to the extent described above) the applicable Unrestricted Subsidiaries been a stand-alone corporate taxpayer or stand-alone corporate tax group for all taxable periods ending after the Closing Date and (b) for any such taxable period with respect to which the portion of the actual Massachusetts income tax liability of the Tax Group or Corporate Parent (or any applicable Corporate Parent Subsidiaries) that is attributable to Borrower or its applicable Restricted Subsidiaries (or, to the extent of the amount actually received from any applicable Unrestricted Subsidiaries in respect thereof, such Unrestricted Subsidiaries) exceeds the maximum payment permitted under clause (a) for such taxable period in respect of Massachusetts income tax, a payment equal to the amount of such excess (reduced, to the extent such excess is not deducted under clause (a) in computing the permitted distribution under clause (a) for federal income taxes for such period, by any actual federal income tax benefit derived by the Tax Group or Corporate Parent (or any applicable Corporate Parent Subsidiaries) in respect of the deduction of such excess).