The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board's plan to place new restrictions on the ability of accountants to offer tax services to their audit clients doesn't go far enough to restore investor confidence in financial reporting, critics of the accounting profession warned.

In recent comments to the board expressing concern over new tax service restrictions proposed late last year, several tax experts urged the oversight body to place auditors on an even shorter leash.

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