Why Should I Make the Jump From a CPA to a Tax Attorney?

You may view your CPA (Certified Public Account) as your confidant, but the truth is, anything you disclose to them can, and will be, used against you when the IRS comes knocking.

That’s what drove Steve Moskowitz to change his career path from a CPA to become an attorney. Attorney-client privilege gives him the freedom to aggressively advocate for his clients in the courtroom.

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