Definition of Taxable Period


Taxable Period means any period prescribed by any Taxing Authority.

Examples of Taxable Period in a sentence

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.
Carryback shall mean the carryback of a Tax Attribute (including a net operating loss, a net capital loss or a tax credit) from a Post-Distribution Taxable Period to a Pre-Distribution Taxable Period.
The failure of one Party to notify the other Party of any matter relating to a particular Tax for a Taxable Period or to take any action specified in this Agreement shall not relieve such other Party of any liability and/or obligation which it may have under this Agreement with respect to such Tax for such Taxable Period, except to the extent that such other Partys rights under this Agreement are materially prejudiced by such failure.
No issue has been raised in writing by a U.S. federal, state, local or foreign taxing authority in any current or prior examination which, by application of the same or similar principles, could reasonably be expected to result in a proposed adjustment or deficiency for any subsequent Taxable Period.
Taxable Period - With respect to a Bond, the period which elapses from the Event of Taxability until payment in full of such Bond.