Definition of "disallowance"
  1. A conclusion by the IRS after a review, rejecting a deduction or other tax benefit claimed on a taxpayer's return
How to use "disallowance" in a sentence
  1. The large amount of donations listed on the tax return raised suspicion, leading to a disallowance.
  2. Her attempt to claim her pets as dependents resulted in a disallowance.
  3. The shady business expenses submitted led to a disallowance by the IRS.

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