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Refundable

Eligible for refunding under the terms of a bond indenture.

Refundable

A bond that may be retired before maturity. Nonrefundable bonds does not protect bondholders from the risk that the issuer may effectively refinance a bond at a lower interest rate, which exposes bondholders to the risk that they could be deprived of coupon payments to which they would otherwise be entitled. Most bonds are nonrefundable for at least five or 10 years after issue but may become refundable afterward. See also: Refundable tax credit.
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Assuming there are no other credits, their allowable MTC is $31,200--the greater of their AMT refundable credit amount ($31,200) or the amount of MTC otherwise allowable ($4,000 [$30,000 regular tax-$26,000 tentative minimum tax]).
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Thus, the fees are assessed on the taxpayer's building construction plans and have to be calculated based on the building's characteristics; because the fees would be generally refundable if the taxpayer decides not to construct the building as planned, they are allocable to the building.
The cost is $460 per team plus a $25 refundable forfeit fee.
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