What is a government tax rebate?

Answer Governments sometimes issue payments to taxpayers that are known as tax rebates. The United States government issued rebates in 2001 and 2008 as a form of economic stimulus. Rebates differ from inc... Read More »

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Ok I just want to make sure I get this straighten the tax rebate FREE MONEY from the government?

They're telling us it's free money....but it is the government, so their story could change at any time.

If I did not get a tax rebate letter does that mean I am not getting a rebate?

Hello,I assume you are referring to the "economic stimulus payment." This plan is designed to give the American economy a little boost in the wake of all the recession talk.So, how do you know if y... Read More »

What is a tax rebate?

During recessions or fiscal surpluses, governments sometimes issue payments in the form of tax rebates to taxpayers. Rebates are often intended to boost the economy and differ from the tax refunds ... Read More »

What is the meaning of a tax rebate?

The Internal Revenue Service sends out millions of tax rebates each year. Although quite common, there are several factors that determine how fast you get your tax rebate and how much you receive. ... Read More »