The US justice department has ordered the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to hand over former US President Donald Trump's tax returns to Congress.
The decision appears to end a long legal battle over the records, and is seen as a sharp legal blow to Trump.
Although not required by law, every US president since 1976 - except Trump - has released their tax returns, BBC reported.
Trump is yet to publicly comment on the latest developments, although he still has ways to try to fight the ruling in court.
In February, Trump was ordered by the US Supreme Court to hand over his tax returns and other financial records to prosecutors in New York.
The decision was a blow to Trump, who had been in a legal battle to protect his records from a grand jury.
Republicans on Capitol Hill denounced the decision, describing it as politically motivated.