Report: #753517

Complaint Review: roni deutch

  • Submitted: Fri, July 15, 2011
  • Updated: Fri, July 15, 2011
  • Reported By: warren ridings — troy Missouri United States of America
  • roni deutch
    4815 watt avenue north highlands, california 95660
    Internet, California
    United States of America

roni deutch roni deutch a professional tax corporation toke my 1900 dollars and then when out of buss. Internet, California

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        THIS CORPORATION WAS TO HELP ME ON MY TAXS WITH THE I R S.THEY TOLD ME IT WOULD COST 1900 DOLLARS, AFTER I PAY THEM THE MONEY THEY ASK FOR A COUPLE OF  FILES AFTER SENTING THEM .I NEVER HEARD ANYTHANG FROM THEM.I WOULD CALL AND ASK WHAT WAS GOING ON WITH MY CASE I WOULD ALL WAYS GET THE RUN AROUND. TODAY I RECIEVE A PHONE MESSAGE FROM THEM SAYING THEY WERE GOING OUT OF BUSINESS.I CALL THE NUMBER THEY LEFT NO ANSWER THE NUMBER WAS 1 916 338-4205. WARREN RIDINGS TROY MO 63379.
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AUTHOR: Stacey - (U.S.A.)

Tax Lady Roni Deutsch Bankrupt, Surrendering Bar License
May. 18 2011 - 8:16 am | 1,267 views | 0 recommendations | 0 comments
By ROBERT W. WOOD

Tax maven Roni Deutch, late night TVs self-described Tax Lady, aired peripatetic infomercials touting a pennies-on-the-dollar-fix. Incredible tax deals are supported by teary-eyed testimonials from putative converts thankfully crediting Deutch as their savior. Like most tax resolution shops, her stock in trade was installment agreements and offers in compromise. See IRS Topic 204, Offers In Compromise and Using an Offer in Compromise to Settle a Tax Bill.
But in a reversal of fortune worthy of tabloid TV, Deutch could probably use a deal herself. First came the California Attorney Generals $34 million lawsuit alleging she swindled clients who faced IRS problems. Then, after the soaring tax lady flew a little too close to the sun, on Friday May 13th, Deutch announced she was bankrupt, closing her office, and even turning in her law license. Deutchs tax resolution business at one time employed 200 people.
Shortly after Deutchs announcement, the California State Bar issued its own press release that it was investigating her for some time. Although State Bar disciplinary proceedings now seem moot, it is less clear what will happen to the suit by the California Attorney General. In that case, the court prohibited Deutch from destroying evidence, but the Attorney General claims Deutch has been routinely shredding documents on an almost a weekly basis, estimated at 1,643,000 to 2,708,600 pages of documents. See Calif. AG Says Tax Lady Attorney Should Be Jailed for Shredding Documents, Failing to Repay $435K.
The major product sold by tax resolution shops is the offer in compromise. IRS Form 656-B, Offer in Compromise Booklet, contains information, worksheets, and all forms necessary to file an offer in compromise. The IRS has good information on offers in compromise on its website.
A few facts about offers in compromise:


You must have filed all your tax returns. The offer in compromise system can be based on IRS bills theyve sent you from audits. Usually, though, they are just trying to collect the tax you reported on your returns (called self-assessed). The IRS wont consider you unless all your filings are up to date.

The IRS wont consider you unless you fully disclose your personal finances in detail on IRS Form 433-A, Collection Information Statement for Wage Earners and Self-Employed Individuals. If you have a business, you must also complete Form 433-B, Collection Information Statement for Businesses. If you need help completing them, see Publication 1854, How to Prepare a Collection Information Statement.

Most offer in compromise work is dependent on your financial picture. Even if you have few assets, if you have good earnings prospects, the IRS may not agree to accept a small fraction of what you owe.

Most competent tax advisers can get you some time, and time alone can be an asset worth having. IRS collection activity like levying on property and garnishing wages generally must stop during the time the IRS is considering your offer in compromise. That can take many months, and there are certain procedural appeals.
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