SACRAMENTO, Calif. // PRNewswire // -- Americans are addicted to receiving a tax refund, but most don't take full advantage of all the deductions that are available and lose money every year. Compounding the problem, 2009 was one of the biggest years for tax law change in history. Filing this year will be more confusing and could cause many to pay money that is rightfully theirs. In the updated edition of her popular book, THE TAX LADY'S GUIDE TO BEATING THE IRS: And Saving Big Bucks on Your Taxes (BenBella Books, January 2010, Paperback Price: $16.95, ISBN 978-193525182-8), Roni Deutch continues her campaign to educate and empower taxpayers with valuable information that will save readers money and put cash back in their pockets right now!
For nearly two decades, The Tax Lady has helped countless individuals rake in thousands of dollars in tax savings. Building the nation's largest law firm of its kind, Roni is a sought-after attorney who has dedicated her career to serving taxpayers in need.
"2009 saw tremendous changes to our tax laws," explains Deutch. "New deductions and credits were created to help taxpayers and boost the economy, but if people are unaware of the changes, they cannot benefit from them."
The Tax Lady's Guide to Beating the IRS demystifies the new deductions, credits, and how taxes work with information that will save taxpayers money. The 2010 edition explains what you need to know in easy-to-understand, approachable language, with details about:
Unlike other tax books, THE TAX LADY'S GUIDE TO BEATING THE IRS goes in-depth to cover everything you need to know--including an eye-opening history of the Internal Revenue Service, dos and don'ts to e-filing and often missed deductions. Every step of the way, The Tax Lady's approach is 100% jargon-free, making it easy to savor the rewards of being a savvy taxpayer.
Roni Deutch has worked as a tax attorney since the early 1990s. She holds a law degree from Western State University and obtained an advanced LL.M. degree (Latin for Legum Magister, or Master of Laws in Taxation) from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law. A respected expert in the industry, Roni Deutch is frequently a guest on CNN, CNBC and FOX Business Network. She has been featured in many print articles, including Forbes, Essence, Wall Street Journal Digital, 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. She is also the founder of Roni Deutch, a Professional Tax Corporation, the nation's largest tax resolution law firm, and the Roni Deutch Tax Center, the nation's fastest growing tax preparation franchising company.
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