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When a CPA Should Break Up with a Client – and How

Certified public accountant firms that decide to end a business relationship with a client should do so with a “termination letter” that sticks with just the facts, practitioners told Bloomberg BNA.

CPA firms that suspect clients of fudging or inflating numbers to avoid tax payments or penalties typically don’t hesitate to hand them their walking papers because they risk being fined or, worse, face a loss of their license.

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