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Im bookkeeper employee in a company since 2009. I do payroll taxes, 941's , Sales Tax, etc. Everything running good, Except for 1 thing. I noticed that the owner of the company make some "dishonesty changes" on his reports each year when he goes to the CPA office to prepare final reports for income taxes. My concerning is, I'm not the person who sign those reports, I just prepare some reports in Quickbooks. But I already let him know I don't feel comfortable to work with him anymore since I know this is not correct. Now , I don't even know if his CPA always knew about details of those reports that she used to prepare the final income tax forms for the company. I've thought that in case of an audit, they can conspire against me as "was bookkeeper fault. What can I do to protect myself?