Tax-Practice Management - AUDITOR INDEPENDENCE AND TAX PRACTITIONERS - The new SEC auditor independence rules cast a wide net. The rules might prevent tax practitioners from doing some of the tasks they traditionally perform in the tax area for audit clients, including representing the client before the Tax Court.
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