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to give back, especially money

Synonyms for refund

money returned to a payer

the act of returning money received previously

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The Radioshack complaint raises a question about the proper period of limitations during which refund claims may be filed.
But Adishian said wishful thinking is not the way to go when deciding what to do with a tax refund.
Prospect Heights-based Household International, which processes the rapid refund loans for all H&R Block offices and some Jackson Hewitt locations, charges interest rates as high as 120 percent.
Therefore, applying the rationale in Omohundro, Del's refund claim--filed Oct.
To reclaim their refund, tourists first ask for a Global Refund Cheque when making a purchase at one of the more than 125,000 stores bearing the 'TAX-FREE SHOPPING' logo.
Using your refund would eliminate the debt, but people should have better control so they won't be in that situation next year," he says.
Those without access to the Internet who think they might be missing a refund should first check their records or contact their tax preparer before calling the IRS toll-free assistance line at (800) 829-1040 to update their address.
Assuming the amount is enough to justify the cost of the refund process, accountants should make the necessary computations, assemble the needed documentation and file the required amended payroll tax returns.
Defendant further claimed that since the lease is silent as to the refund and since plaintiff surrendered the lease without reserving its right to the refund, plaintiff must be deemed to have waived its right to it.
This early refund loan, or "Refund Anticipation Loan" (RAL), is a very short-term loan against your expected tax refund and is arranged by the tax preparer through a bank.
Protective claims are commonly filed when a taxpayer's right to a refund is contingent on future events (such as pending litigation or an expected statutory or regulatory change) that will not be resolved until after the statute of limitations (SOL) expires.
We made our case that California is doing all it can to ease the energy crisis and that Californians deserve a full refund of $9 billion in overcharges for power,'' added Davis, who ended a day of lobbying by meeting with officials of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
Employees who are unable to get their tax refunds from their employers must file Form 843, Claim for Refund and Request for Abatement.