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double check

Referring to the logo which indicates that a particular employer is proactive about hiring and accommodating people with disabilities.
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Through the Double Check Challenge, a free professional review of previously filed tax returns, an H&R Block tax advisor can help identify all the breaks for which a taxpayer qualifies.
It was easy to have H&R Block double check our taxes," Rick Maciel said.
After participating in H&R Block's Double Check Challenge, the Maciels learned that this was an overlooked deduction and were able to claim the sizeable credit.
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She saw an advertisement for the Double Check Challenge and decided to give it shot.
The average Double Check Challenge claim was about $1,500 per filer.
Patrick's Day draws near, taxpayers should remember that they could uncover more than a wee bit o' green by taking advantage of H&R Block's free Double Check Challenge to review old tax returns for errors and omissions.
The Double Check Challenge is a free professional review of previously filed tax returns with an H&R Block tax advisor who can help identify all the breaks for which a taxpayer qualifies.
As part of the Double Check Challenge process, another tax professional in the office reviewed the paperwork and agreed that the changes were correct.
Two leading judges ruled that drink-drive suspects were entitled to a say, if they had a valid reason, in whether they should provide blood or urine samples for double checks on how much they had drunk, unless good reasons could be shown otherwise.
However, RFID technology offers the promise of improving the efficiency and reliability of conventional double checks for matching blood transfusions with the correct patient.