A relatively minor change in reporting rules could slash the paperwork that banks file to help the government nab money launderers, a recent report indicates.

The report by the General Accounting Office, an arm of Congress, focused on the filing of currency transaction reports, which financial institutions are required to file for transactions involving more than $10,000 in cash.

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