The charges were not immediately clear, but Weisselberg was expected to face tax-related charges as Manhattan D.A. Cyrus Vance has been researching the operations of the Trump family business, and Vance’s investigation appears to have accelerated in the past month with the revelation of a private senior figure. A Manhattan grand jury has indicted the Trump Organization, long run by former President Donald Trump, and its chief financial officer in connection with tax-related offenses, a person familiar with the matter told USA TODAY late Wednesday. The shutdown is expected to be revealed on Thursday, but it was not immediately clear. Allen Weissberg, the company’s chief financial officer, is expected to face charges for not paying taxes on fringe benefits from the company, and is expected to turn himself in on Thursday, the source said. Not authorized to comment publicly on the matter, Weisselberg’s attorney declined to comment, and the charges are part of a long-running investigation headed by the Manhattan District. Orney and the New York attorney general in running the Trump family’s real estate business. The attorney general’s office also declined to comment, and Ron Fichte, a Trump Organization attorney, said the charges come just days after a Trump Organization attorney met local prosecutors in a failed attempt to persuade them not to proceed with their case. Fischetti told USA TODAY last week that prosecutors have not been successful in securing Weisselberg’s cooperation, and that he expects charges to be brought against the company, and possibly Weisselberg, as soon as this week. The civil investigation turned crime for more than two years, Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance has been researching the operations of the Trump family company for potential fraud involving banks, insurance companies and tax entities, focusing on whether the company manipulated property values to obtain it. Favorable loans, reduced tax rates: Prosecutors have also been studying the silent money payments made to women on Trump’s behalf and how that money was documented, and last month, New York Attorney General Letitia James announced that a parallel civil investigation had escalated into a criminal investigation and state authorities joined in The Vance investigation, and the New York attorney general scored a major public victory in February when Trump’s accounting firm was forced to turn over more than eight years of tax records as part of a protracted legal battle that ended in the Supreme Court. It appears to have accelerated last month with the revelation that a special grand jury was called to consider potential evidence of criminality by the president, his business partners or the company itself. Jury: The Trump Organization investigation is entering a potentially ominous phase. Among those cooperating in the investigation are Jennifer Weisselberg, the son-in-law of the former Trump Organization CEO, along with Trump’s former personal attorney and mediocre Michael Cohen, and Duncan Levine, a lawyer representing Ms. Weisselberg, said his client made at least 10 squares More information to prosecutors and a pledge to testify to a grand jury or at trial, if necessary, Levin also said his client was present during talks in which Trump discussed providing additional benefits, including school tuition and apartment renovations. Instead of Trump’s CEO salary. Levine said Jennifer Weisselberg provided accounts of those conversations with prosecutors, meanwhile, Cohen acknowledged meeting with New York prosecutors several times in cooperation with their investigation, and Cohen told USA TODAY he would not comment on any aspect of the case, citing this. The ongoing investigation and his possible role in it as a key witness for the prosecution. But he has commented extensively on Twitter about how grand jury proceedings have dramatically accelerated the investigation, Cohen, who pleaded guilty in 2018 to federal charges that included campaign finance violations for paying silent women who allegedly had sex with Trump and lying. To Congress, he repeatedly referred to Weiselberg as the most knowledgeable of the former president’s business operations.