Is it unfair to accountants that the attorney-client privilege is stronger than the accountant-client privilege?
I think so, but it is important for accountants to know the situations where the privilege exists, and the situations where it does not. The latter can be a trap for the unwary accountant, and lead to conversations with his or her liability insurer.
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