The owners of hundreds and probably thousands of small, closely held banks could save millions in taxes by taking advantage of a soon-to-be available corporate structure, according to banking lawers and tax specialists.

By becoming S corporations, closely held banks may be able to ward off acquirers and attract more long-term investment.

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