The Internal Revenue Service has reached a settlement with the law firm Arnold & Porter, which has paid an undisclosed penalty for promoting tax shelters.
The IRS said the settlement relates to the firm's failure in 2000, 2001 and 2002 to comply with tax-shelter registration requirements and its participation in organizing three types of listed tax-shelter transactions that it sold to high-net-worth individuals and corporations.
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