How to Research Roni Deutch and other Tax Resolution Companies
Today I’m going to teach you a lesson. This lesson uses Roni Deutch as an example of what to look for when you’re in the market for a tax resolution company to help with your tax problems. Personally, I have nothing against Roni Deutch. Like a lot of other companies, Roni Deutch just happens to be in the same business as I am and that business is offering tax relief to individuals and companies who have tax problems including tax audits, unfiled tax returns, wage garnishment issues, payroll tax problems, IRS tax liens and other problems with the IRS.
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But that is pretty much where our similarities end. You see, unlike my company which has an “A+” rating from the Better Business Bureau (BBB), Roni Deutch has a rating of “F”. Now I don’t want to single out this company because during my many years in the tax relief business, I’ve seen a lot of my competitors end up at the bottom of the BBB rating scale. But unlike those tax resolution companies, I’ve been able to keep my business at or near the top of the BBB’s rating scale during those years in business.
Does this mean my business is better than Roni Deutch’s business?
Whether something is better or worse than something else is always a matter of opinion, and I’m not here to judge. What I am here to do is point out all of the information you can find on a tax resolution company before you enter into a contract with that company. Learning everything you can about the companies that offer help for your tax problems may be the single, most important step in the entire tax resolution process. Yet, many people skip this step.
I want people to stop doing this because it’s really not that hard. A lot of the information you can find on practically any company is free, including the information that’s reported by the BBB. And much of the information is reliable, especially information published by the BBB.
Using Roni Deutch again as an example, the BBB reports that 305 complaints have been filed against this tax resolution company. Among the complaints are 84 service issues, 80 issues involving a refund or exchange, 41 customer service issues, 38 contract issues, and more. The BBB also reports that the California Attorney General’s office has filed an action against Roni Deutch, allegedly for making untrue or misleading statements.
With so much valuable information about Roni Deutch and other tax resolution companies available on a single web site, I encourage everyone seeking tax debt relief or IRS tax audit representation, to check the BBB first before proceeding any further.
I hope you’ve enjoyed today’s lesson!
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