The tax credit is refundable
, which means it even helps families too poor to pay taxes.
Let's focus on the creative use of liquidated home equity for the most common upfront fee concept: refundable
On United Airlines, US Airways, American, Northwest and Delta, tickets that are normally refundable
will be nonrefundable for travel between December 16 and January 10, 2000.
In the the 1998 budget, the Conservatives announced other tax credit changes including the new 11 per cent refundable
Ontario Production Services Tax Credit for Ontario labour expenditures for foreign and domestic productions.
Many parents, like Harish Chainani, believe that schools should make the KHDA policy clear before charging money that is not refundable
to avoid losing considerable amounts of money.
Low cost carrier JetBlue Airways Corporation (NasdaqGS:JBLU) has announced that it has launched a new Refundable
Fares option for travellers.
53(e) "shall be treated as if it were allowed under subpart C" which refers to the refundable
credits of Secs.
If combining a non-refundable
fare with a refundable
fare only the Y/C/J-Class half return amount can be refunded.
Registration fees range from $55 to $100, depending on players' ages, plus a refundable
$70 deposit for snack bar and service hours.
The container recycling fee in non-refundable
, although deposits remain fully refundable
The resource provider records the first three circumstances as a debit to refundable
advance and a credit to an asset or payable; the recipient organization records them as a debit to an asset and a credit to refundable
The Gardens at Westridge amortized past entry fees into income based on the expected life of the resident (for non-refundable
entry fees) or the useful life of facility (for refundable