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By Rick Telberg
CPAs are respected and renowned for their impartiality. They can look at the facts and make critical judgments. Moreover, they tend to be intelligent and informed. They read books, magazines, and newspapers. They know what’s going on, especially when it relates to business and the economy.
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So when CPAs opine on politics, they are worth listening to.