Tax refund

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Tax refund

Money back from the government when too much tax has been paid or withheld from a salary.

Tax Refund

Money given back to a taxpayer if he/she/it has paid too much in taxes for a given year. Tax refunds are most common for employees from whose paychecks too much has been withheld because of deductions and credits for which the withholding does not account. One may only collect a tax refund for a certain number of years after it was originally due.
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One of the best ways to provide tax relief for middle-class Wisconsin families is through a child sales tax rebate and sales tax holiday package, said Governor Walker.
In a statement, the FAPAUASA appreciated the Senate for adopting 75 per cent tax rebate and 65 years retirement age.
The real HM Revenue and Customs says it will never use texts or emails to tell you about a tax rebate or penalty or to ask for personal financial details.
Our research suggests the most popular incentive for householders would be a prompt PS500 council tax rebate the year after upgrading their properties.
Callers are contacting people stating that they are eligible for a general tax or council tax rebate.
According to informed sources the SBP, and the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR), which are preparing a list of the companies seeking to get the tax rebate after screening of their operations.
The screening criteria to eligible for the tax rebate will be approved by the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP), the SECP and the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR).
up arrow] Tax rebate for international productions wholly or partly made in France by a non-French company
AU has not argued that the $18 million tax rebate AiG sought would be used to directly construct Ark Encounter.
Getting Beyond Gridlock" weds a 15 cents-per-gallon federal gas and diesel motor fuels tax increase with a 100-percent offsetting federal tax rebate for middle and lower income Americans for six years.
Garth Lloyd, head of digital security at HMRC, said: "If you receive an email claiming to be from HMRC which offers a tax rebate, please send it to phishing@hmrc.
TAXPAYERS reported almost 80,000 fraudulent tax rebate e-mails last year, HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) revealed today, as they warn people not to fall victim to the email scams.