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© D.L. Crumbley

Accountant Privilege (§7525)

Contains many exceptions, either poorly or not at all defined, thus limiting the privilege’s effectiveness in protecting the confidentiality of taxpayer communication.

Can not be asserted in (1) criminal tax matters, (2) investigations by regulatory agencies, and (3) tax advice regarding the promotion of corporate tax shelters.

Source: R.J. Buchanan, “Corporate Tax Shelter Exception to the Accounting Client Privilege,” Tax Notes, September 16, 2002, p. 1619.

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