Federal prosecutors have arrested a New York-based Internal Revenue Service agent on tax fraud charges, according to a published report.Harry Willner, 59, who has been an IRS agent for more than three decades, was charged with five counts of tax fraud on Monday. Federal prosecutors have accused him of cheating on his personal income taxes, as well as offering loopholes to other taxpayers.

Willner handled audits of large financial institutions and was a team coordinator of fellow revenue IRS agents as part of a Large and Mid-Size Business Division unit in the city, according to the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York.

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