Sacramento, Calif. - California and federal tax authorities pledged to root out abusive tax shelters as part of a nationwide crackdown on the schemes, which have cost both local and federal governments billions of dollars.

According to the San Francisco Chronicle, California is one of many states expected to sign a new cooperation agreement with the Internal Revenue Service to share information about alleged tax shelter abusers.

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