Rev. Al Sharpton and his National Action Network have settled tax charges with federal prosecutors and agreed to pay between $2 million and $9 million to the Internal Revenue Service.

The IRS is reportedly still calculating the exact amount, according to the New York Daily News. Sharpton's lawyer Michael Hardy told the News that Sharpton and NAN each owed over $1 million and about 50 percent of each amount resulted from interest charges alone. Legal bills add another $2 million to the amount.

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