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We reserve the right to accept or reject any client application in our sole discretion.
Without limitation, we reserve the right to terminate providing services to any client:
when the client refuses (i) to communicate with us, (ii) to agree upon an appropriate course of action, (iii) to provide documentation required to be responsive to IRS requests, or (iv) repeatedly and/or unreasonably to pay for services rendered;
when situations arise that would cause us to violate our duties and obligations under U. S. Treasury Circular 230, for example, when the client exerts pressure on us to take positions on a return that may not be merited or when an inherent conflict of interest arises between two clients (as in the case of a pending dissolution of marriage, which was unforeseen at the time the clients engaged our services);
or when the client exhibits unseeming behavior that is disruptive to our practice or knowingly provides untruthful or misleading information.
If we disengage from providing services, we will provide the client with (i) a clear statement that we are disengaging and the effective date of the disengagement (e.g., “We must formally end our relationship with you as your tax advisor effective immediately” or “as of (date).”); (ii) a description of any work that is in process or unfinished; and (iii) a statement of any due dates or filing deadlines that exist with regard to the work, whether finished, in process, or unfinished.
We will also return to the client (i) any original documents in our possession; (ii) all RECORDS OF THE CLIENT necessary for the client to comply with his or her federal tax obligations; and (iii) the balance of any unused funds held in trust.
Lastly, we will notify the IRS to revoke the power of attorney we had previously placed on the client's behalf.
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