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Rebate

Discount; diminution of interest on capital lent in consideration of prompt repayment thereof; reduction of a stipulated charge that is not credited in advance but is returned subsequent to payment in full.

A tax rebate is a sum of money refunded to a taxpayer after full payment of the tax has been made.

rebate

1) n. a discount or deduction on sales price. A secret rebate given by a subcontractor to a contractor in return for getting the job is illegal, since it cheats the person hiring the contractor. 2) v. to give a discount or deduction.

rebate

noun allowance, cut, decrease, deduction, diminution, discount, lessening of price, markdown, refund, reimbursement, repayment

rebate

verb allow, allow as a discount, cut, deduct, diminish, discount, give back, lessen, make allowance, mark down, offer a discount, pare, pay back, reduce, reimburse, render, repay, replace, restore, return, slash, strike off, subtract, take off
See also: discount, reduce, refund, reimburse, reimbursement, repay, restitution

REBATE, mer. law. Discount; the abatement of interest in consequence of prompt payment. Merch. Dict. h.t.

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Due to program changes enacted last year to ensure claimants are not disqualified from rebates solely because of Social Security cost-of-living-adjustments, homeowners and renters may be eligible for rebates even if their income is greater than these limits.
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In late April, the IRS began sending out tax rebates to an estimated 130 million American families and households.
The $75 rebate on the NTI registration fee is available to any chapter member.
Rite Aid offers rebates on items such as beauty, food, general merchandise, and vitamins.
Plus, experience shows that when consumers use such rebates to pay off credit cards, they end up running the cards up again almost immediately, especially low-income consumers having trouble making ends meet (in general, families making under $27,000 don't make enough to qualify for the credit).
PhrMA sued CMS in federal court alleging that the PDP violated provisions (42 USC [section]1396r-8(b)(1)(A)) that require manufacturers only to pay rebates for drugs "for which payment was made under the state plan.
Eliot Spitzer, the state's chief legal officer, said that the state would seek restitution for consumers who took the rebates to buy new dishwashers.
Yep, rebates mean more cash in your pocket short term, but deep down, you know that money should be used to drive increased end user demand (more/easier sales for you in the coming months), better branding (more/easier sales for you in the coining years), and better channel training (better solutions and greater satisfaction for your customers).
Some custom rebates require that an engineering study be prepared and measurements taken to confirm performances.
Generally, rebates paid by a manufacturer to customers are deductible as business expenses for the manufacturer, and customers in turn must reduce the basis in their assets by an equivalent amount.
If an issuer rebates all arbitrage profits to the Federal Government, will the bond issue retain its tax-exempt status?