retax

retax

(ˌriːˈtæks)
vb (tr)
(Accounting & Book-keeping) to tax again
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Roland did not file a motion to retax, the panel found, and so did not preserve it for appeal.
The regional aid dedicated to zone companies may also include the Retax exemption implemented by local authorities.
Buyers have to retax a car before they can drive it, with no period of grace.
Come the end of January, you can retax and get 12 months at the old rate, rather than paying up to pounds 245 next July.
Undoubtedly angry at the verdict, he had also filed a motion to "retax" the "costs filed" that the jury had found him responsible for (CCRB 15: 76).
The fund management group, which has headquarters in the Port of Liverpool building at the Pier Head, revealedan 11pc slump in p retax profits yesterday.
"At present, many cars in the trade are sold on a 'documents to follow' basis and buyers can retax the vehicle without the V5.
Set to Retax Guidelines for Gene-Splitting Research, Was Post, Dec.