Tax Lady Roni Deutch Blogs on Tax Views of Top 10 Presidential Candidates

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Roni Deutch, known as television's Tax Lady, blogs on the tax views of the top 10 presidential candidates in an effort to help taxpayers stay informed this election season. With charts, summaries, and voting records, her blogs present the information in an easy-to-understand fashion.

It's essential to be well versed on a candidate's tax views when you go to vote

With primary elections only a few weeks away, Tax Lady Roni Deutch has compiled information on the tax views of the top 10 presidential candidates.

"It's essential to be well versed on a candidate's tax views when you go to vote," claims Ms. Deutch. "Taxes directly affect every single person in this country and a candidate's views can drastically influence the amount of money you pay to the IRS. If you aren't informed on a candidate's tax views, you could unknowingly vote for a drastic tax increase that you don't support."

To help voters stay informed Ms. Deutch put together entries on her companies' blogs that broke down the tax views of each of the top presidential candidates. The first entry, Tax Views of Top 10 Presidential Candidates was posted at the Roni Deutch Tax Center - Tax Help Blog and provides easy to understand summaries of the tax views of the top 10 presidential candidates. The article also includes tax-related voting records and pictures of each candidate.

Candidates mentioned in the entry include: Sen. Hilary Clinton, Sen. John Edwards, Mayor Rudy Giuliani, Gov. Mike Huckabee, Sen. John McCain, Sen. Barack Obama, Rep. Ron Paul, Gov. Bill Richardson, Gov. Mitt Romney, and Sen. Fred Thompson. Below is a snippet of the entry.

"With states across the nation preparing for primary elections and general elections less than a year away, voters across the country are wondering whom they should vote for. The candidates have received a lot of media attention thus far, but one issue that has not been getting much attention yet is the candidate's views on taxes. This topic is not talked about or mentioned at debates because nearly all candidates share similar views with other members of their respective parties. Democratic candidates typically want higher taxes on upper income individuals with increase government spending, while Republican candidates tend to favor lowering taxes and continued military spending."

"You can bet once the primary elections are over taxes will become a hot-button issue between the designated candidates. In the lead-up to the general election you can expect to see sharp debates between the Republican and Democratic candidates because of their drastically different views on social programs, the extent of our involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan, and how to sustain economic growth for our country. Although some of the candidates might share similar views, it is still important to fully understand the details of their individual positions. It is also important to understand how the seemingly unrelated actually has tax consequences."

In addition to the article, Ms. Deutch has also posted an easy to understand Where the Candidates Stand on Tax Issues table that appear on The Tax Lady Blog. The chart features a breakdown on where the top 10 presidential candidates stand on 20 major tax. You can view the chart by checking out Roni's personal blog.

Ms. Deutch is also reaching out to the presidential candidates to respond to her presidential blog entries. "I am encouraging all the candidates mentioned in my blog to contact me for additional opportunities to share their tax views with the blogging community," notes Deutch. "I hope to hear from the candidates personally to clarify details on their proposed tax plans and share the findings with my readers of my blogs."

Millions of people recognize tax attorney Roni Deutch as television's "Tax Lady." She has been helping taxpayers nationwide resolve their tax liabilities for nearly seventeen years. As an industry leader, she has saved her clients tens of millions of dollars and has helped thousands of families settle their back taxes.

About Roni Deutch

Roni Deutch is the founder and owner of Roni Deutch, A Professional Tax Corporation, a tax resolution law firm, and Roni Deutch Tax Center. Her law firm has been helping clients find solutions to their back tax liabilities for seventeen years. To learn more about tax attorney Roni Deutch you can visit her Avvo profile or YouTube Channel.

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Roni Deutch, A Professional Tax Corporation
877-232-8477 Ext. 1914
http://www.ronideutch.com

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