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When it Comes to Legal Privilege, It's Not What You Say, It's Who You Say it To

Clients beware. Only lawyers, and not accountants, have legal privilege when it comes to your tax advice.

My mother’s definition of a secret was that it was something you can only tell one person at a time.

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