by Ken Rankin
Washington -- Stung by accusations that they promoted abusive tax shelters that drained billions of dollars from the federal treasury, representatives of three of the Big Four accounting firms told Congress that their respective organizations have halted the marketing of these controversial tax avoidance schemes.
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