The New York Times reports today that KPMG has agreed to settle tax crime charges with the Justice Department. The report says that KPMG will have to pay $456 million in fines and accept an outside overseer to avoid indictment. That works out to about $285,000 per partner for the 1,600-partner firm.
The report says the settlement is slated to be announced Monday.
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