- refund + -able (Wiktionary)
“Stall-holders have been known to share some stalls with other groups due to extortionate Eisteddfod rates, but if this is the case here, how come it's refundable from the taxpayer?”
“A tax credit reduces any tax you owe dollar for dollar, and some credits are even "refundable"--meaning you can get money back even if you didn't pay any taxes.”
“That's why the industry has been asking for Congress to make the PTC "refundable" -- payable even to firms without any tax liability.”
“The right wing has somehow gotten the idea out there that payroll taxes aren’t really taxes (or something) and that, therefore, making tax credits refundable is some kind of cheating.”
“It's called a refundable credit because workers can get it even if they don't owe any tax.”
“The best way to do this would be through a so-called refundable tax credit deposited directly into a special investment account for each taxpayer.”
“You know, under the tax bill that originally passed in the Senate, virtually all low income families would have benefited from that increase in the child tax credit, but in last minute negotiations with the House, that was eliminated, the so-called refundable child tax credit, prompting outrage and outcry from Democrats, who said this was yet more proof that the tax bill was simply something to benefit the rich.”
“Defenders also assert that some so-called refundable tax credits, particularly the earned income tax credit, are designed to encourage work.”
“A large part of this group receives tax welfare technically known as refundable tax credits.”
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