IRS Info On Getting A Refund For Excise Taxes On Your Cell Phone And Long Distance Bills…

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This is for a refund of certain excise taxes paid between Feb. 28, 2003 and Aug. 1, 2006.
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Izzy

Hi Dan,

Do you have any advice for getting a free upgrade at a hotel? I being sent on business to Chicago for 4-5 weeks, and am bringing my wife and baby with me. My firm is paying for a regular room for me, but I would really like to upgrade to a suite so I dont have to keep the baby in the room with us? I will be staying at the Doubletree in Skokie, IL. Any advice is greatly appreciated.
Thanks!

Anonymous

it does not say what to do if you file with an accountant who files electronicly…

SeroFan

ROUNDUP OF FREE INTERNATIONAL CALLS:

The following access numbers all work to make free unlimited international calls:

712-858-8094
712-858-8883
712-945-1111
712-429-8888
712-338-8288
641-297-8888
712-338-8849
712-858-8042
712-858-8034
712-858-8049

As for how it works, and the answer to the mystery of why the numbers all have Iowa area codes, Tech Crunch says:

“The founder created his own telephone company in Iowa. Iowa is apparently the only state taking advantage of an FCC kickback scheme that gives telco’s a portion of the fees generated from every inbound call to an Iowa number. So when you call the AllFreeCalls phone number, a portion of any long distance fees you are paying go to the company. The kickback is apparently authorized via the Universal Service Fund. These kickbacks are enough on average to more than cover the international outbound calling fees.”

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