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3--Ethical issues related to other experts and colleagues: Beside serious tasks according to himself and clienteles, consultant and psychology should attention to ethical values against other experts especially helper expert which is his especial tasks.
Therefore avoids commission and commitment to any activity that his personal issues may cause contempt professional services or annoy clienteles [2].
It is obvious that consultant and psychology should respect social values and rules and ethical expectations of a society that they are working in that and should know that violation of legal criteria and acceptable ethical rules may exposed his clienteles to harmful conflicts.
It provides the responsibility against clienteles and prevents them from unethical performance and most importantly creates the field of professional behavior.
Respect to these laws not only help to the clienteles, but also help psychologists and consultants in their recognition of their rights and tasks and prevents from generating future responsibilities for them.
B--No damage to the clientele. Experts do not cause assassination, pain, disability, or reduced life expectancy.
Dividend clienteles and the information content of dividend changes.
Ex-dividend day stock price behavior: Discreteness or tax-induced clienteles. Journal of Financial Economics 47: 127-159.
Experimental evidence of the effect of tax rate uncertainty on security prices, investor clienteles, and tax payments.
The information content of dividend changes: Cash flow signaling, overinvestment, and dividend clienteles. Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis 29: 567-587.
A test of the theory of tax clienteles for dividend policies.
The general research question is whether tax-related dividend clienteles exist.