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Jay Freeborne, Enrolled Agent at Washington Tax Services, open for business since 1989

Friday, May 13, 2011

Roni Deutch : Yet Another Tax Resolution Company Closed

The tax resolution blog has become an obituary page in recent weeks:

Roni Deutch of Sacramento, California, one of the largest tax resolution companies, shut its doors this week largely due to an Attorney General action against them described here Roni Deutch assets frozen by court.  Deutch violated the judge's order of last year by shredding documents and NOT refunding money to customers who requested refunds.  Even though she clearly did NOT honor the judge's orders,  Ms. Deutch felt victimized as per her video here:  http://blogs.sacbee.com/crime/archives/2011/05/tax-lady-roni-d.html

I do feel sorry for her clients.  But I also dislike the fact Ms. Deutch didn't take responsibility for her actions.

In recent years, Deutch tried to compete with the big tax preparation companies like H & R Block and Jackson Hewitt by setting up tax prep retail shops.  Apparently, this business decision drained her cash reserves.  Her tax resolution business was always the cash cow.  The Attorney General actions against her were the final nail. 


If you were/are a customer of Ms. Deutch and want some FREE guidance to resolve your tax case-- give me a call at 1-866-525-7302.  If you choose to have us represent you, we will charge fees in sympathy to the fact that you already paid someone to handle your case.


Jay Freeborne, E.A.  Washington Tax

You can see my commentary on Deutch a year ago before legal actions took place here:  http://taxresolutiontalk.blogspot.com/2010/05/roni-deutch-company-in-california-too.html

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

See complementary article in June 5th Washington Post. http://www.washingtonpost.com/business/tax-debtors-find-theres-no-easy-relief/2011/05/31/AGBRi0IH_story.html

Evan