Casper, Wyo. (March 17, 2004) -- Accountants In India, a global employment start-up that matches understaffed U.S. CPA firms with trained tax and accounting professionals in India, is urging American practices to disclose to their clients the extent to which they outsource services.

In a white paper addressed to the accounting community, AII states, "If you are working with a staff member that is located outside of the United States, we recommend that you disclose to clients the locations of the staff and offices up-front, and reassure them that the same security and supervision applies throughout your organization."

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