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return

1. Politics a statement of the votes counted at an election or poll
2. Architect
a. a part of a building that forms an angle with the fa?ade
b. any part of an architectural feature that forms an angle with the main part
3. Law a report by a bailiff or other officer on the outcome of a formal document such as a claim, summons, etc., issued by a court
4. Cards a lead of a card in the suit that one's partner has previously led

Return

The continuation of a molding, projection, member, or cornice in a different direction, usually at right angles.

return

[ri′tərn]
(building construction)
The continuation of a molding, projection, member, cornice, or the like, in a different direction, usually at a right angle.
(computer science)
To return control from a subroutine to the calling program.
To go back to a planned point in a computer program and rerun a portion of the program, usually when an error is detected; rerun points are usually not more than 5 minutes apart.
(electronics)
(geophysics)
Any of those surface waves on the record of a large earthquake which have traveled around the earth's surface by the long (greater than 180°) arc between epicenter and station, or which have passed the station and returned after traveling the entire circumference of the earth.

return

The continuation of a molding, projection, member, or cornice, or the like, in a different direction, usually at a right angle. For example, see cornice return and label return.

return

In programming, upon completion of a routine or function, to go back to the point in the program that called the operation. When a function returns control, it may also return a result in the form of a value. For example, "the read function returns a -1 if the read fails" means that if the computer cannot read the file, before returning from the function, it stores a -1 in a variable defined by the programmer. See function. See also Enter key and return code.
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7216-2(n) does not permit a tax return preparer to include non-tax-return information in the preparer's list or lists of client tax return information.
The IRS alleges that after he was indicted and awaiting trial on those charges, Wynn continued to prepare false income tax returns using nearly identical schemes.
Usually, the IRS does not audit delinquent tax returns on a routine basis.
Form 944, 944-PR or 944-SS, Employer's Annual Federal Tax Return - Balance Due - Tax Year 2006 *
7216-2(n), return preparers may compile and maintain a list of their clients' names, addresses, email addresses, and phone numbers for the sole purpose of offering tax information or additional tax return preparation services to those taxpayers.
99 percent of the individuals who provided comments on outreach and communication for paid tax return preparers favor increased efforts.
The Seventh Circuit agreed with the government, holding that (1) the preparation of a tax return is traditional "accounting work" and not the providing of legal advice; (2) communications between a lawyer and a taxpayer relating to the preparation of an as-yet unfiled tax return are not privileged because the lawyer is then functioning as an accountant and not as a lawyer (on the ground that tax return preparation is not "lawyer's work"); (3) communications between the lawyer and the client that touched on matters relating to both the tax return preparation and the ongoing investigation had a "dual purpose," only one of which was privileged; and (4) the non-privileged purpose of the communication contaminated the otherwise privileged nature of the same communication.
We request copies of clients' checks or bank statements showing the cleared check; detailed explanations on the returns for unusual items (using the tax software comments box); verification of IRA and pension rollovers; a comparison of previous and current 1099s (and an explanation from the client if there is no new one for the year); reconciliation of the gross income on a schedule C with the 1099s; verification the gross security sales figure entered on the tax return is equal to the amounts on brokerage firm 1099s; and answers to every question on the return.
CPAs who are "significantly engaged" in preparation of federal or state personal tax returns, including income, estate and gift tax returns, or who provide personal financial or tax planning are subject to the FTC's privacy regulations.
Denise Azimi, a spokeswoman with the FTB in Sacramento, said the 12,476 corporations in California that did not file tax returns after being notified are in the process of receiving tax assessments totaling $238 million.
On May 31, 2011, Treasury issued final regulations governing practice before the IRS to increase taxpayer compliance and to ensure uniform and high ethical standards of conduct for all tax return preparers (T.
TEI President Judith Zelisko urged Congress to reject as unsound a proposal to require company chief executive officers to sign a declaration that the corporate tax return complies with the Internal Revenue Code and that the company has processes in place to ensure the return is accurate in all material respects.