Holding companyA company which holds the majority of shares in its subsidiaries. Also known as the parent company.
Holding PeriodHolding Period
The time period used by the IRS to determine along or short term capital gain. The period during which the taxpayer owns the capital asset.
Anticipated holding periodAnticipated holding period
The period of time an individual expects to hold an asset.
Holding periodHolding period
The length of time an individual retains an investment.In the UK there is an annual capital gains tax (CGT) allowance after which a tapering of CGT applies. This allows a gradual reduction of tax rates over the longer term.
When a taxpayer has withheld too little tax from salary and will therefore owe tax when filing a return.
Withholding taxWithholding tax
Tax deducted at source in earnings, including dividends and interest payments.The UK is resisting efforts by the EU to impose withholding tax on eurobond interest payments. If the EU succeeds, the UK's strong market position in Eurobonds will be weakened, and a lot of the business will go to a tax territory where withholding tax is not levied.
Further SuggestionsWithholding tax
Holding Period Yield (HPY)
High withholding tax interest income
T period holding period return
Annualized holding period return
Public Utility Holding Company Act of 1935
Holding the market
Holding period return
Bank holding company