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ADDITIONAL INCOME TAXES section (d). The amount of such credit shall be 65 per centum of the amount of deficiency dividends, as defined in subsection (c), not in excess of $2,000 plus 75 per centum of the amount of such divi- dends in excess of $2,000; but such credit shall not exceed the portion of the deficiency so established which is not paid on or before the date of the closing agreement, or the date the decision of the Board or the judgment becomes final, as the case may be. Such credit shall be allowed as of the date the claim for deficiency dividend credit is filed. (b) CREDIT OR REFUND OF DEFICIENCY PAID.- When the Commis- sioner has determined that there is a deficiency with respect to the tax imposed by this subchapter and the corporation has paid any portion of such asserted deficiency and it has been established- (1) by a decision of the Board of Tax Appeals which has become final; or (2) by a closing agreement made under section 3760; or (3) by a final judgment in a suit against the United States for refund- (A) if such suit is brought within six months after the corpo- ration became entitled to bring suit and (B) if claim for refund was filed within six months after the payment of such amount; that any portion of the amount so paid was the whole or a part of a deficiency at the time when paid, then there shall be credited or refunded to the corporation an amount equal to 65 per centum of the amount of deficiency dividends not in excess of $2,000, plus 75 per centum of the amount of such dividends in excess of $2,000, but such credit or refund shall not exceed the portion so paid by the corporation. Such credit or refund shall be made as provided in section 322 but without regard to subsection (b) or subsection (c) thereof. No interest shall be allowed on such credit or refund. No credit or refund shall be made under this subsection with respect to any amount of tax paid after the date of the closing agreement, or the date the decision of the Board or the judgment becomes final, as the case may be. (c) DEFICIENCY DIVIDENDS.- (1) DFIrNrrION.- For the purpose of this subchapter, the term "deficiency dividends" means the amount of the dividends paid, on or after the date of the closing agreement or on or after the date the decision of the Board or the judgment becomes final, as the case may be, and prior to filing claim under subsection (d), which are includible, for the purposes of chapter 1 in the computation of the basic surtax credit for the year of distribu- tion. No dividends shall be considered as deficiency dividends for the purposes of allowance of credit under subsection (a) unless (under regulations prescribed by the Commissioner with the ap- proval of the Secretary) the corporation files, within thirty days after the date of the closing agreement, or the date upon which the decision of the Board or judgment becomes final, as the case may be, notification (which specifies the amount of the credit intended to be claimed) of its intention to have the dividends so considered. (2) EFFECT ON DIVIDENDS PAID CREDIT. - (A) FOR TAXABLE YEAR IN WHICH PAID. - Deficiency dividends paid in any taxable year (to the extent of the portion thereof with respect to which the credit under subsection (a), or the credit or refund under subsection (b), or both, are allowed) shall be subtracted from the basic surtax credit for such year, but only for the purpose of computing the tax under this subchapter for such year and succeeding years. (B) FOR PRIOR TAXABLE EAR.- -Deficiency dividends paid in any taxable year (to the extent of the portion thereof with respect to which the credit under subsection (a), or the credit 109