Roni Lynn Deutch, aka “The Tax Lady,” is a successful tax law attorney and founder of Roni Deutch, A Professional Tax Corporation, the country’s largest tax law firm. As a child, Roni Lynn Deutch was notable for being the first girl in California to play for a all boy’s Little League team. Roni Deutch’s law firm began as one-person practice in a small condo, eventually growing into a corporation employing hundreds of specialists. For more than fifteen years, Roni Deutch and her associates have helped thousands of taxpayers find relief from IRS tax audits and demands for back payments.

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Roni Lynn Deutch is a regular contributor to Women Entrepreneur. She has penned such articles as Don’t Let the IRS Label Your Business a Hobby”, “New Tax Laws Equal Tax Savings,” and “Consider Taxes When Choosing a Business Structure.”

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