U.S. financial institutions may see their reporting burdens rise as a result of a law designed to prevent taxpayers from hiding funds offshore.
The Obama administration is preparing to ask Congress for authority to demand more disclosure from U.S. banks to foreign governments about the American accounts of their citizens, Reuters reported on Tuesday.
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