Should CPAs provide comfort letters?

07/15/2013 | Tax Adviser, The

CPAs are often asked to verify or substantiate their clients' tax and financial information, raising concerns about liability, confidentiality, ethics and other issues. Edward Karl, CPA, the AICPA's vice-president, taxation, discusses the pitfalls that arise from providing comfort letters -- and the opportunity they may present to help clients.

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