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We have a client who is a fairly lousy person. He insists on staying with us, however, so we continue to do his accounting and tax work. He has my personal cell number which, without asking me, he gave to his wife at some point.
His wife is worse than he is. She calls repeatedly at late hours, over the weekends, sends nonstop text messages whenever she needs anything, argues disrespectfully whenever we send them an invoice for the work we do for them.
She obviously has a right to the information she is requesting as she is part owner of the businesses and they file jointly but she is an incredible nuisance and I want to block her number. She can still email me and her husband still has my number but I do not want this woman contacting me via phone.
Am I violating some ethical CPA law by blocking her number?
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