Think Twice Before Providing Deficiency Letters to Clients

A new client, or one of many years, phones you with a request: I understand your advisory firm was recently examined, would you please send me a copy of the deficiency letter? Consider carefully before fulfilling that request - doing so may cause you more problems than it is worth.
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