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tax return

noun
1.
return (def 24).
Origin
1885-1890
1885-90
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  • His tax return doesn't prove that he's done something wrong.
  • At one point, he explained the residency gaffe by saying he didn't read his tax return before signing it.
  • Even better would be one tax rate with one lump-sum exemption for low-income people, one half-page tax return.
  • There is no option for those employees to refuse withholding and individually file a tax return at the end of the year.
  • More sophisticated versions can guide applicants through making a claim for benefit or filing a tax return.
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  • By extending the time to file your income tax return.
British Dictionary definitions for tax return

tax return

noun
1.
a declaration of personal income made annually to the tax authorities and used as a basis for assessing an individual's liability for taxation
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