The client and the accountant agree that all disputes relating to fees charged by the accountant to the client are subject to the American Arbitration Association for settlement, in accordance with the rules in place for the settlement of disputes between professional accounting and related services, except that the arbitrator must, in all circumstances, comply with Wisconsin laws. Such arbitration is binding and final. IN THE ARBITRATION AGREEMENT, WE BOTH ACKNOWLEDGE, WHICH, WHEN ORGANIZING A DISPUTE OVER FEES CHARGED BY THE ACCOUNTANT, EACH OF US IS GIVING UP THE RIGHT TO HAVE THE DISPUTE DECIDED IN A COURT OF LAW BEFORE A JUDGE OR JURY AND INSTEAD WE ARE ACCEPTING THE USE OF ARBITRATION FOR RESOLUTION. The dominant party is entitled to an additional reasonable legal fee and costs associated with resolving the dispute in an amount determined by the arbitrator. STATEMENTS OF WORK All tax benefits we provide must be described in a work statement. Each working statement provides details on the nature of the work and the expected results. Our services are limited to the services specifically described in this statement of work. Our agreement to provide services as part of a certain declaration of work does not require us to provide other services as part of another work statement. INDEMNIFICATION Because of the importance of oral and written customer statements for the actual performance of our services, you release and compensate our company and its staff for all claims, debts, expenses and expenses resulting from misrepresentation on your part and your representatives.
OTHER MATTERS We appreciate the opportunity to stand up and believe that this statement of work associated with the Master Services Agreement accurately summarizes our agreement. If you have any questions, let us know. It is presumed that you have accepted this work return unless you do not provide us with written accounting or audit benefits within 15 days of receiving the tax return preparation statement. We rely on the information you provide us as complete and accurate. We will not verify this data or verify it in any other way, although we may ask you to clarify some of this information. Therefore, our services cannot be used for the disclosure of errors, frauds or other illegal activities that may exist, nor for the effects on our services of incomplete, missing or non-missing information, or false or fraudulent data from a source or source. However, we will inform you of material errors, fraudulent financial information or asset misappropriations that will be brought to our attention. Please note that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) considers virtual currency (p.B Bitcoin) to be a property for U.S. federal tax purposes. As a result, all transactions or transactions using virtual currency are subject to the same general tax principles applicable to other real estate transactions.