Tax Penalty means the late filing penalty charged by the Internal Revenue Service for late filing of the partnership tax return, which, according to a notice dated August 12, 2013 and addressed to the Company, was $9,360 as of the date of such notice.
Examples of Tax Penalty in a sentence
If the Accounting Firm determines that no Tax Penalty would be imposed, the Successor and the Employee shall use their best efforts to ensure that the Accounting Firm furnishes both the Employee and the Successor with an unqualified opinion to that effect.
The Company shall maintain the Tax Penalty Reserve in its bank account until resolution of the matters giving rise to the Tax Penalty.
Disagreements as to whether payments pursuant to the foregoing would result in the imposition of a Tax Penalty shall be resolved by an opinion of counsel chosen by the Participant and reasonably satisfactory to the Company.
To the extent required in order to avoid any Tax Penalty, amounts that would otherwise be payable and benefits that would otherwise be provided pursuant to this letter agreement during the six-month period immediately following Chairman's separation from service shall instead be paid on the first business day after the date that is six months following Chairman's separation from service (or death, if earlier).
The Parties hereby agree that the Members shall be subrogated to all rights of Vanguard Synfuels, L.L.C. with respect to the Tax Penalty Claim in order to pursue all claims (if any) against third parties (other than Allegro, its shareholders, officers, directors, employees, managers or agents) related thereto.