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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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The other important distinction is that not all tax advice is a tax return position.
A person will not be a tax return preparer merely because he leases office space to a tax return preparer or furnishes credit to a taxpayer whose tax return is prepared by a tax return preparer.
2013-14 provides tax return preparers guidance on the format and content of taxpayer consents for disclosing or using tax return information of taxpayers filing a return in the Form 1040 series.
All paid tax return preparers must register with the IRS, pay a registration fee and obtain a preparer tax identification number.
Concluding that the purpose of the statutory provision was to put lawyers and accountants on the same footing in rendering tax advice and services and that a lawyer's assistance in preparing a tax return was not legal advice, the court held that the privilege could not apply when an accountant provide the same type of tax advice.
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.
If you are legally prohibited from disclosing non-public personal information, this should be stated (an example of such a prohibition is the Internal Revenue Code prohibition on disclosure of income tax return information);
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.
7216 prohibits a tax return preparer from "knowingly or recklessly" disclosing or using tax return information.
As part of the tax title of the highway bill, See JCX-27-05, Description of the Chairman's Modification to the Provisions of the "Highway Reauthorization and Excise Tax Simplification Act of 2005" (April 19, 2005), the Senate Finance Committee approved a provision to require company chief executive officers (CEOs) to sign under penalties of perjury a declaration that the company has in place procedures to ensure that the annual federal tax return complies with the provisions of the Internal Revenue Code and that the CEO has received reasonable assurances of the accuracy of all material items in the return.
The cargo isn't thousands of individual tax returns; it's a single, massive form 1120 corporate tax return.
President Nixon knowingly filed a 1969 tax return which fraudulently claimed a deduction of $576,000 for the donation of pre-presidential papers.