Archive for January, 2010

Our Competition Winner in Turkey!

Our US tax competition winner Eralp Incesür visited our office in Istanbul this week to pick up his new Dell laptop. Eralp went to the US with Eduyork in 2009 and entered our US tax competition by applying for his US tax refund. “Thank you...

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Free UK Tax Refund Services to be won!!

Taxback.com is launching a brand new UK competition where six lucky winners will not only get their tax refund, they will also receive our UK Tax Refund Services completely Free! If you’ve worked in the UK in 2009 or anytime in the last four years...

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Our First Free Tax Refund Winner is…

Floris Chabert is the first winner of our free US tax refund competition. Floris went to the US on a J1 Internship through CIEE and applied for his 2009 US tax refund with taxback.com last week. As well as being owed over a thousand US...

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How the Separated Children Celebrated Christmas

By Tom McEnaney They were told to order what they liked and they did. Both floors of Madina’s Desi Curry in Dublin on were booked as more than half of the 90 Separated Children living in institutions across the capital enjoyed their first day out...

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Taxback.com Haiti Orphan Fund

Taxback.com’s Haiti Orphan Fund is dedicated to providing relief for the tens of thousands of earthquake affected orphans in Haiti. The initiative is being led by taxback.com with the support of Irish individuals and businesses including the International Orphanage Development Programme (IODP). Thousands of children...

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Free USA Tax Refund

January, 2010 – the USA tax year has ended 2 weeks ago and the US tax season is in it’s peak. If you have worked in the USA in the last 4 years you may be eligible for a USA tax refund. Taxback.com  will take...

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Win a Free US Tax Refund!

Taxback.com is launching a brand new competition where we’ll be giving away a free US tax refund every week for the next four weeks. If you’ve worked in the US in 2009 or anytime in the last four years and haven’t claimed your US tax...

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