A certified public accountant shall not knowingly misrepresent facts, and, when engaged in the practice of public accounting, shall not subordinate his/her judgment to others including but not limited to clients, employers or other third parties. In tax practice, a certified public accountant may resolve doubt in favor of his/her client as long as there is reasonable support for his/her position.
Rulemaking Authority 473.304, 473.315 FS. Law Implemented Florida Statutes § 473.315. History—New 12-4-79, Formerly 21A-21.02, Amended 6-4-86, Formerly 21A-21.02, 21A-21.002, Amended 12-10-09.