Another federal regulator has publicly floated the idea of the government requiring the release of tax information from public companies.
Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Christopher Cox said that he has informally discussed such a requirement with Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Mark Everson, according to published reports. Everson himself had mentioned the possibility of making corporate tax returns public during a mid-March speech.
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