The U.S. reportedly plans to sign an agreement with the government of Liechtenstein that will help put a stop to the use of the small European principality as a tax haven.
The agreement will be signed December 8 in the Liechtenstein capital of Vaduz, according to Bloomberg News. The Justice Department and the Internal Revenue Service have been probing U.S. taxpayers' use of secret bank accounts in Europe to hide their assets (see IRS Cracks Down on Liechtenstein Tax Evaders).
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