Monday, November 06, 2006

Official Roni Deutch Biography

Roni Deutch was born a natural competitor. She grew up in Southern California and was raised in a large, active family. Early in life she developed a love and passion for sports, especially baseball. By the age of 11 Roni Deutch became the first female in the history of California to play little league baseball on an all boy’s team. By the age of 12 she was selected as an Allstar player and continued with little league through the age of 15. After high school she played fast-pitch female softball helping her team win a national championship. Roni Deutch continued her education and talent for baseball by attending the University of California at Berkeley, where she obtained a double major in Pre-Law and Ethnic studies and played third base on the women’s softball team as a nationally ranked player. After college, she built on her Pre-Law platform when she attended Western State University College of Law with an emphasis in tax law. In law school, she developed an awareness of the pitfalls of the Federal Taxation system and of the devastating financial impact it can have on the lives of those who become indebted to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). This awareness spurred Roni to become the president of the student tax association and to advance in her studies in law school to obtain an advanced LL.M. degree (Latin for Legum Magister) or Master of Laws. After graduating from law school, Roni Deutch dedicated her practice and profession to representing American taxpayers seeking relief from Federal Tax liability. She worked hard and assembled a talented team of tax attorneys and trained tax professionals to serve taxpayers across America. Roni Deutch, A Professional Tax Corporation has assisted thousands of taxpayers find the appropriate relief from the IRS. Today her competitive spirit continues as she reaches out to those in need of help with the IRS.

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