The Internal Revenue Service has given companies 30 days to agree to a settlement to close their tax shelters.
The program is aimed at lease-in/lease-out and sale-in/lease-out transactions. Companies that agree to the settlement have until Dec. 31 to shut down their LILO and SILO transactions. If they don't, the IRS may pursue cases against them.
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