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Because of their access and knowledge, accountants are in an ideal position to provide their clients and the SEC with early and invaluable assistance in identifying the scope, participants, victims and ill-gotten gains associated with corporate wrongdoing. Historically, when CPAs discovered attempted or actual fraud, client confidentiality rules limited their ability to publicly report their observations. With the advent of Dodd-Frank, accountants no longer need to choose between doing the right thing and risking the loss of their professional licenses. Explain how and under what circumstances Dodd-Frank enables accountants to report their observations.



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