Terms in OIC agreement take meaning from Code, court holds

The Second Circuit Court of Appeals held on Wednesday that the terms “refund” and “overpayment” in an offer-in-compromise (OIC) agreement are specialized tax terms that take their meaning from the Internal Revenue Code and are not given their “plain English” meanings, despite the colloquial tone of the agreement.

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