Tax-time loans, already an embattled product, now face even more regulatory scrutiny — and not just from the traditional banking agencies.
The Internal Revenue Service, as part of its plan to regulate tax preparers on the federal level, said it will examine refund-anticipation loans and other tax-time financial products, just as banking regulators crack down on some of the few financial institutions that still fund such loans.
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