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Explain the last para’s of this sentence
I am hoping that the fee will be quite low, as I am willing to pay more more services that I consider more beneficial to the business, such as strategic advice.
“more more” should be “more for”
He is saying “I hope that the [audit] fee will be low, as I am willing to pay more for [non-audit] services.”
i.e. putting pressure on too low an audit fee – can the auditor accepts this? What is risk to audit quality? What threats would providing the other services (e.g. providing presumably business advice about the company’s strategy) create?