Definition of Tax Season

  1. Tax Season means the period beginning on January 2 of a calendar year and ending on the last day an individual is permitted to file a federal income tax return with the IRS without extension, typically April 15 of such calendar year.

Examples of Tax Season in a sentence

  1. The party whose performance is not impaired may terminate this Agreement by giving notice to the other party after two (2) consecutive days failure of performance during any Tax Season or upon thirty (30) consecutive days failure of performance at any other time, effective immediately upon written notice to such party.

Definition of Tax Season in Services Agreement

Tax Season means the period beginning on January 2 of a calendar year and ending on the last day an individual is permitted to file a federal income tax return with the IRS without extension, typically April 15 of such calendar year.


Definition of Tax Season in Program Agreement

Tax Season means the period beginning on January 2 of a calendar year and ending on the last day an individual is permitted to file a federal income tax return with the Internal Revenue Services (IRS) without the taxpayer requesting an extension, typically April 15 of such calendar year.


Definition of Tax Season in Amended and Restated

Tax Season means the period from November 1st of a given year through April 30th of the following year.