nonrefundable


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nonrefundable

(ˌnɒnrɪˈfʌndəbəl)
adj
not able to be refunded
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Birmingham is the airport that charges for cards as well as the nonrefundable PS1 or ?
This voucher has no cash value, is non-exchangeable and nonrefundable.
Also OK'd at the board's March meeting is another rule change to clarify that nonrefundable fees are considered earned on receipt and must not be placed in lawyers' trust accounts.
Quota will be allocated on first come first served basis by the SBP and export will be made against irrevocable letter of credit or a contract with 25 % nonrefundable advance payment.
If the agreement is further extended to January 2011, McClatchy will receive an additional $6 million nonrefundable deposit in addition to the nonrefundable deposit previously collected.
Taxpayers submitting new offers must make a 20 percent nonrefundable, up-front payment in many cases.
Taxpayers submitting new lump-sum offers now must make a 20 percent nonrefundable, up-front payment.
TIPRA Section 302 extended the use of certain nonrefundable credits to reduce AMT liability through 2006.
Summary: Amends the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to allow a nonrefundable tax credit for adult day care expenses.
Cost is $45 for singles and $65 for couples plus a $3 nonrefundable processing fee.
A nonrefundable fee of $15 must accompany the application.
US Airways is to introduce standby coupons for use with nonrefundable fares.