The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency is scheduled to issue rules today that are aimed at easing some regulatory burdens on community banks.

One rule, designed to make it easier for small banks to qualify for Subchapter S tax status, would give banks more flexibility to buy back their shares. Buybacks can be necessary because S corporations, which pay no corporate taxes, may not have more than 75 shareholders.

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