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tax return in Tax topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtax returnˈtax reˌturn noun [countable]  PETthe form on which you have to give information so that your tax can be calculated
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tax returnIf your child has already paid tax, he or she must complete a tax return to receive a rebate.I completed a tax return but heard nothing more.Reclaiming this tax involves filling in a tax return, including details of your salary received and the tax deducted.Professor Hoskins has written that the 161 households recorded in the 1670 Wigston hearth tax return represent eighty-two different family names.The ones that working... the only way they can do anything is to wait on their income tax return.Even the math behind a simple tax return carries assumptions that are open to challenge.In a few weeks you are going to be wrestling with your tax return.