What's a professional reason?
So I'm finally getting brave enough to cull the original clients that are far more trouble than they're worth.
Just received a clearance letter for one of them asking the usual question. However from somebody I work with, I now know that the client and her husband are about to be evicted for non-payment of a secured charge and the husband has a bankruptcy petition against him. Generally they were useless at record keeping despite my best efforts to improve everything and are now behind with all their filing.
The knowledge about their situation has not come to me in a professional capacity. Do I worry about the incoming accountant or just issue the normal paperwork? I've been paid as I insisted on standing order.
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