A few days ago I was doing the bookkeeping and final accounts of a client before I pass them to my supervisor as I am qualified Accountant without practice certificate ACCA. The client is working as limited company offering social work services and she was renting a room away from home during the last financial year for about 37 weeks. The invoices for this rental I have received are under £3,500 but the client told me that the rent was over £16,000 for those 36 weeks and the client paid the rent using her personal account not business bank account. I asked the client to give me all invoices and proof of payment even her personal bank statement showing the payment going through, after a few days the client asked me to stop doing her books as she has found a firm of accountants who have put through all her rent without any questioning and after she told me to stop, a few days later the accounts were filed at Companies house and I still have all the paperwork.I just want to know how experienced Accountants do with such situations and so far I have lost a client? This client referred to me 3 more clients and I am likely to face the same pressure later in the year when I start doing some work for the other clients. I really want to know what should I do if I face such problems again with the existing clients?