So make sure that any client doesn't want completely unprocessed files from you. The rest of the time, yes, you are saving your end clients time, to make your voice sound wonderful, you can send them already processed and enhanced voice over file, so they can stick it straight into their project, and everybody is happy. That's why the number one rule of this game is that you always keep the UN processed version of your file. The easy way to do this, is to simply put an extra UNDERSCORE on the file name when you have processed it.
So you would call the file Name of project_Name.wav and then for the processed version, you would add an extra underscore. You see, if you start calling file names compressed and uncompressed or UN processed or whatever, not only does this take longer to type, but it also confuses the client as well. An extra underscore won't be notice by anyone apart from you. So in your voice over files on your computer, you would normally have two versions of everything - the complete raw recording, which you would actually return to work on if there were any changes or additions, and then the exported processed version that you’d send to most clients.
I have many more detailed tips and training on editing and saving files in Adobe Audition in this special course: http://www.voiceovermasterclass.com/adobe-audition-course
Anyway….for the non-technical clients, it can be great to send them a lovely “clean file”. My voice booth is very quiet but to show you what background noise can look like, I opened the booth door and the studio window!