Definition of Tax Withholding

  1. Tax Withholding means the amount that Atlanticus determines is required under applicable federal, state or local law to be withheld and paid over to governmental taxing authorities by reason of the vesting of shares of Common Stock or a Section 83(b) election with respect to such shares of Common Stock.

Examples of Tax Withholding in a sentence

  1. Branches for United States Tax Withholding (W-8IMY), or otherwise is correct and (ii) the Member will complete and return the applicable IRS form, including but not limited to a W-8BEN or W-8IMY, and (y) (i) the Member is not a United States person (as defined in the Code) and (ii) the Member will notify the Company within 60 days of any change of such status.
  2. Assignment of Sale Proceeds; Payment of Tax Withholding by Check.
  3. 50-Service Withdrawals507.3 Benefits Upon Separation from Service527.4 Payment Rules537.5 Death Benefits587.6 Required Minimum Distributions587.7 Mandatory Tax Withholding and Direct Rollovers627.8 In-Plan Roth Rollovers64

Definition of Tax Withholding in Restricted Stock Agreement

Tax Withholding means the amount that Atlanticus determines is required under applicable federal, state or local law to be withheld and paid over to governmental taxing authorities by reason of the vesting of shares of Common Stock or a Section 83(b) election with respect to such shares of Common Stock.


Definition of Tax Withholding in Restricted Stock Unit Agreement

Tax Withholding means the minimum amount that Atlanticus determines is required under applicable federal, state or local law to be withheld and paid over to governmental taxing authorities by reason of the delivery of shares of Common Stock pursuant to the Restricted Stock Units.