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The Tax Lady's Guide to Beating the IRS and Saving Big Bucks on Your Taxes

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The Tax Lady's Guide to Beating the IRS and Saving Big Bucks on Your Taxes

Learn How You can Pay Less Money to the IRS by Beating them at their Own Game
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The United States Federal Tax Code is extremely lengthy and complicated. In some cases, it requires 250 pages of instruction for just one of its paragraphs. Add to that 8 billion pages of 480 different tax forms American taxpayers receive each year from IRS (enough paper to stretch around the earth 28 times) and it’s no wonder so many people are intimidated and confused about their taxes.

Enter Roni Deutch. Part tax-code savant, part force-of-nature, Roni Deutch is the tax expert that the Internal Revenue Service doesn’t want America to know about. The Roni Deutch brand name is well known among American taxpayers but Roni is even better known in the hallways of the IRS where she has spent the past 20 years learning how to make IRS agents quake in their cubicles at the mere mention of her name. But that’s only part of the story. Roni Deutch is perhaps more definable as the answer to the primary question on the lips of tax-oppressed people from coast-to-coast: “With the IRS on my tail, who will speak for me?”

Quite simply, Roni will. Now, as the “Tax Lady,” she’s taking her message to the street, teaching people how to fight the IRS and win. The Tax Lady’s Guide to Beating the IRS?and Saving Big Bucks on Your Taxes frees the long-suffering American tax-paying public by giving them the insights they need to fight back and keep more of what they earn in their own pockets?and out of the pockets of Uncle Sam. Roni Deutch explains basic tax principles and strategies that have meaning across every stage of life, translating tax code so it makes sense. She gives the American public the tools they need to develop a plan for their money so they wind up with a bigger slice of their own pie.

New version: is updated to take into account numbers from the most recent tax year and the changes in IRS rules, policy, and forms for 2009.
The United States Federal Tax Code is extremely lengthy and complicated. In some cases, it requires 250 pages of instruction for just one of its paragraphs. Add to that 8 billion pages of 480 different tax forms American taxpayers receive each year from IRS (enough paper to stretch around the earth 28 times) and it’s no wonder so many people are intimidated and confused about their taxes.

Enter Roni Deutch. Part tax-code savant, part force-of-nature, Roni Deutch is the tax expert that the Internal Revenue Service doesn’t want America to know about. The Roni Deutch brand name is well known among American taxpayers but Roni is even better known in the hallways of the IRS where she has spent the past 20 years learning how to make IRS agents quake in their cubicles at the mere mention of her name. But that’s only part of the story. Roni Deutch is perhaps more definable as the answer to the primary question on the lips of tax-oppressed people from coast-to-coast: “With the IRS on my tail, who will speak for me?”

Quite simply, Roni will. Now, as the “Tax Lady,” she’s taking her message to the street, teaching people how to fight the IRS and win. The Tax Lady’s Guide to Beating the IRS?and Saving Big Bucks on Your Taxes frees the long-suffering American tax-paying public by giving them the insights they need to fight back and keep more of what they earn in their own pockets?and out of the pockets of Uncle Sam. Roni Deutch explains basic tax principles and strategies that have meaning across every stage of life, translating tax code so it makes sense. She gives the American public the tools they need to develop a plan for their money so they wind up with a bigger slice of their own pie.

New version: is updated to take into account numbers from the most recent tax year and the changes in IRS rules, policy, and forms for 2009.
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Learn How You can Pay Less Money to the IRS by Beating them at their Own Game
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