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refund

return of money to a purchaser or the amount so returned
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Refund limit: The refund is capped at (1) 2% of total telephone expenses for businesses and exempt organizations with 250 or fewer employees and (2) 1% for those with more than 250 workers.
Computing the interest due on a deficiency or refund requires complex calculations.
The Rosenberg and Krasney actions raise constitutional, due process, and injunctive or declarative claims that are problematic given longstanding jurisprudence limiting causes of action with respect to federal taxes to claims for refund of those taxes.
A large tax refund is a rare opportunity to make real strides to long-term financial health and so a little frugality can help transform a tax refund - estimated to average $2,000 this year - into an investment that brings rich rewards in the years ahead.
Half of those who received it in 1999 got it through a refund loan, shows the latest available data obtained by The Brookings Institution, a think tank based in Washington, D.
With a delinquent original return requesting a refund, the return is also the refund claim (per Treasury Reg.
By signing and filing the return, the taxpayer will have made a protective refund claim.
Most people get a refund and have a vacation, or just go about having a party," says Preston H.
Accordingly, the taxation of nonphysical injury awards was unconstitutional and the government was ordered to refund Murphy's taxes.
To use it, a taxpayer enters his or her Social Security number, filing status (such as single or married filing jointly), and the refund amount shown on the 2003 tax return.
The employee also must certify that he or she will not attempt a refund on his or her own.