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Independent community bankers say Biden’s IRS snooping plan assumes ‘everyone is a tax cheat’

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Will Create More Distrust In Financial Institutions



Community bankers are sounding the alarm on the tax proposal that would require banks to hand over transaction data on accounts with over $600 net inflow and outflow.

In an effort to drum up cash to pay for a portion of the $3.5 trillion Build Back Better plan, Democrats proposed requiring banks to hand over the aggregate inflow and outflow of transactions on virtually all accounts – checking, savings, loans, investments – to the IRS, leading account owners to flood their local institutions with calls expressing privacy concerns.

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