About Roni Lynn Deutch
Roni Lynn Deutch is better known as The Tax Lady for a reason: she has two decades of practical experience resolving IRS tax problems and preparing taxes for taxpayers, nationwide. Consequently, she has become a well-known media personality and one of the few go-to tax experts in the country.
Roni Lynn Deutch began practicing law out of her home in 1991, and five years later she transformed her condo-based practice into Roni Deutch, A Professional Tax Corporation. Her law firm now receives over 120,000 inquiries for service each year. Boasting 20 attorneys and a staff over 150, The Tax Lady’s law firm has helped tens of thousands of taxpayers save millions of dollars over the years. In 2009 alone, the Tax Lady and her firm helped American taxpayers resolve approximately $107 million in IRS back taxes and save approximately $5.7 million through the Offer in Compromise program.
Building upon the success of her law firm, Roni Lynn Deutch launched her own tax preparation company, Roni Deutch Tax Center, in 2006. RDTC, Inc. provides tax preparation service for taxpayers nationwide. One year later, The Tax Lady expanded the scope of her tax preparation company and began selling franchises. She is now the founder and CEO of the nation’s fastest growing tax preparation franchising company. By the close of 2010, RDTC expects to have 150 operating franchise locations.
A respected authority in the industry, Roni Lynn Deutch has provided expert advice and opinion to several national shows such as NBC “The Today Show,” CNN “Your Money” and “Your Bottom Line,” CNBC “On the Money,” FOX “National Morning News” and FOX Business “Money for Breakfast.” She has also made multiple appearances on Air America (The Thom Hartmann Program) and CNN Radio, among other radio stations, and has been featured in many print articles, such as the Wall Street Journal, Smart Money, Forbes, Kiplinger’s, Consumers Digest, Los Angeles Times, Chicago Sun-Times, Sacramento Bee, Houston Business Journal, St. Petersburg Times and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Roni is also a regular columnist on WomenEntrepreneur.com.