Question: Your firm has been the auditor of a company for
Your firm has been the auditor of a company for the last 15 years. In those 15 years, your firm has never identified any significant red flags regarding the company. By all methods of judging, your client is a dream client. Considering the professional relationship your firm has with the company, should you still undergo client acceptance/continuation procedures? Why or why not?
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