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refund

return of money to a purchaser or the amount so returned
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Bush's proposal to create a refundable tax credit to cover the cost of tuition at religious and other private schools.
However if a family leaves Dubai, the deposit is refundable.
The airline said that its Refundable Fares programme enables passengers to make unlimited reservation changes, including name changes, or opt for a full refund any time prior to the flight's departure.
Taxpayers who have long-term unused MTC are entitled to an MTC equal to the greater of the AMT refundable credit amount or the amount of allowable MTC under the preexisting Sec.
If combining a non-refundable fare with a refundable fare refund the difference/if any/between the fare paid and the applicable normal BA oneway fare.
Until the transferred assets are beyond the resource provider's control, the recipient organization should continue to record the transaction as a debit to an asset and a credit to refundable advance.
Professor Philip Robins at the University of Miami has proposed making the current tax credit fully refundable and more progressive by increasing the maximum credit from 30% of expenses to 80% for those families with incomes below $10,000, and by eliminating the credit for families with incomes above $60,000.
CHICAGO -- Changes issued by the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) regarding refundable entrance fees for continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs) are not expected to have an effect on the CCRCs' ratings, according to a new Fitch Ratings report.
For complete data, see the Contract Documents, which will be available at the BHA on 7/29/15 and can be obtained upon deposit of a refundable $50.
The commitment fee included both refundable and nonrefundable portions.
American has a long history of allowing customers traveling on non- refundable tickets to stand by for other flights on their ticketed day of departure should their schedules require a change.
The EITC, as it's known in tax-speak, is a refundable credit - which means people can claim it even if their annual income falls below taxable levels.