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From: Estella Flynn <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: Termination of your accountant license. To:
Date: Wednesday, February 22, 2012, 11:52 AM
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Revocation of Public Account Status due to income tax fraud accusations
Valued AICPA member,
We have been informed of your possible involvement in income tax return infringement for one of your employers. According to AICPA Bylaw Paragraph 740 your Certified Public Accountant status can be revoked in case of the aiding of presenting of a false or fraudulent income tax return for your client or employer.
Please find the complaint below below and respond to it within 21 days. The failure to respond within this time-frame will result in termination of your CPA license.