Definitions

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  • noun The quality of being refundable.

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Examples

  • The political left defends "refundability" on grounds that these payments help to offset the payroll tax.

    Obama's 95% Illusion

  • This would end if lawmakers get rid of the "refundability" provision for the Research Activities Credit, as the panel suggests.

    DesMoinesRegister.com - NEWS

  • The political left defends "refundability" on grounds that these payments help to offset the payroll tax.

    Flopping Aces

  • The political left defends "refundability" on grounds that these payments help to offset the payroll tax.

    Patterico's Pontifications

  • The political left defends "refundability" on grounds that these payments help to offset the payroll tax.

    The Asian Badger

  • The political left defends "refundability" on grounds that these payments help to offset the payroll tax.

    The Cool Blue Blog

  • The political left defends "refundability" on grounds that these payments help to offset the payroll tax.

    The Asian Badger

  • So an expansion of the non-refundable dependent care credit could lead to an increase in the refundability of the child tax credit.

    Matthew Yglesias » Obama SOTU Plan Includes Non-Refundable Child Tax Credit Expansion

  • We would all agree with the last sentence of the post: In particular, the wide array of deductions & credits for people who do this or that, each with their own phase-out points (or not) and different levels of refundability (or not) is a mess.

    Matthew Yglesias » Fun With Tax Deductions

  • In particular, the wide array of deductions & credits for people who do this or that, each with their own phase-out points (or not) and different levels of refundability (or not) is a mess.

    Matthew Yglesias » Fun With Tax Deductions

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