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- verb Present participle of
- noun The act of
filing(a legal case, etc.) again.
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And the IRS, having devoted still-unpublicized amounts of resources to its outreach effort, will now devote more resources to the refiling process.
But a nonprofit that loses its exemption has to go through a complicated and expensive refiling process, and while it waits for reinstatement it could be liable for income taxes and unable to get tax-deductible donations.
The downside for the high-earners income tax campaign is that refiling will gobble up much-needed time to qualify.
The IRS announced a reduced refiling fee and retroactive exemptions for small organizations that could show good reason for not having filed.
The SEC dropped a civil administrative proceeding against Mr. Gupta last month but said it was "fully committed" to refiling the charges in federal court.
My hunch is that the "oopsie" refiling attention will help promote signature gathering when the time comes. blog comments powered by Disqus publicola nerds
If an e-filed return has a math error, it won't be accepted; instead it is sent back for correction and refiling.
This raises the possibility of relators voluntarily dismissing these cases and immediately refiling them if they think an original source issue can thereby be avoided.
We hear from petition signature gatherers that the campaign has told them to hold off while they seriously consider refiling to address the domestic partner issue.
On a conference call on Monday, Arena Chief Executive Jack Lief declined to provide a timeline for refiling the application and said the company plans to meet with the FDA before the end of November.
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