Definition of Taxable Period

  1. Taxable Period means any period prescribed by any Taxing Authority.
  2. Taxable Period means, with respect to any Tax, the period for which the Tax is reported as provided under applicable Tax laws.

Examples of Taxable Period in a sentence

  1. Carryback shall mean the carryback of a Tax Attribute (including, without limitation, a net operating loss, a net capital loss or a tax credit) by a member of a Spinco Group from a Post-Distribution Taxable Period to a Pre-Distribution Taxable Period during which the member of the Spinco Group was included in a Combined Return filed for such Pre-Distribution Taxable Period.
  2. Straddle IPO Period means any Taxable Period beginning on or before the IPO Date and ending after the IPO Date.
  3. Pending Proceedings and Proceedings for Taxable Period Terminating Prior to Closing Date.

Definition of Taxable Period in Agreement and Plan of Merger

Taxable Period means any period prescribed by any Governmental Entity for which a Tax Return is required to be filed or a Tax is required to be paid.


Definition of Taxable Period in Tax Sharing Agreement

Taxable Period means any period prescribed by any Taxing Authority.


Definition of Taxable Period in Asset Purchase Agreement

Taxable Period means any period prescribed by any governmental authority, including the United States or any state, local or foreign government or subdivision or agency thereof for which a Tax Return required to be filed or Tax is required to be paid.