26 U.S. Code § 6403 - Overpayment of installment
In the case of a tax payable in installments, if the taxpayer has paid as an installment of the tax more than the amount determined to be the correct amount of such installment, the overpayment shall be credited against the unpaid installments, if any. If the amount already paid, whether or not on the basis of installments, exceeds the amount determined to be the correct amount of the tax, the overpayment shall be credited or refunded as provided in section 6402.
Written determinations for this section
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- Definitions and Special Rules : 2006-12-01
- Alternate Valuation : 2006-12-01
- Extension of Time to Pay Estate Tax : 2006-12-01
- Overpayment of Installment : 2006-12-01
- Consideration : 2006-12-01
- Claims Against the Estate : 2006-12-01
- Authority to Make Credits or Refunds : 2001-10-12
- Amounts Treated as Overpayments : 2001-10-12
- Extension of Time to Pay Estate Tax : 2001-10-12
- Credit of Overpayment Against Any Tax Liability : 2001-10-12
- Overpayment of Installment : 2001-10-12
- Requirement of Full Payment of Tax (Flora Case) : 2001-10-12
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