Washington (July 3, 2003) -- Ernst & Young has agreed to pay the Internal Revenue Service $15 million to resolve an investigation into its marketing of lucrative tax shelters.

The Internal Revenue Service said the agreement resolves all issues surrounding the firm's registration and listing of tax shelters.

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