New York (April 21, 2004) -- Big Four firm KPMG confirmed plans to jettison up to 140 managers from its tax practice unit -- a signal that the tax practice model of national firms may be shifting as a result of regulatory reform and a dip in client demand.

The furloughs will be practice-wide in terms of locations and will include about 30 partners.

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