Rosalind W. Sutch, CPA, MT
LaSalle University, BS
Villanova University, MT
Tax Warrior Profile
Rosalind Sutch began her career in public accounting at the young age of 16, while participating in a highschool internship. Although this internship focused on administrative tasks, she learned at a young age that she wanted to be a tax accountant.
Roz transitioned from administration to tax preparation in 1998 when she worked with a sole proprietor in Lafayette Hill, PA. There, she functioned as an office manager and provided tax services for individuals and small pension plans. As an undergraduate student, she began working for The Tax Warriors® at Drucker & Scaccetti as an intern and has quickly advanced in her career with the firm. In January 2009, she became the youngest shareholder ever at D&S.
Roz provides business, tax and financial consulting services to the LGBT community, professional athletes, artists/entertainers, large corporations and partnerships, high net worth individuals, entrepreneurs and closely held businesses. She often works with successful young business professionals in varying industries, including entertainment, real estate, professional services and manufacturing.
Roz is a member of both the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants, where she previously served as the Greater Philadelphia Chapter Co-Chair of the Community Involvement and Social Responsibility Committee. She is also the firm's representative member of the Independence Business Alliance.
Roz enjoys the opportunities to educate students, other professionals and the general public about tax issues. She is an adjunct professor at LaSalle University and a Distinguished Faculty Member of Lorman Educational Services. Click here to view upcoming presentations by Roz.
Media Appearances and Published Works
CBS KYW radio 2-21-14 Learn more.
LGBT Tax Expert Co-Authors Article for PEPC 9-15-14 Learn more
PGN Article on Economics of Same-Sex Marriage 3-6-15 Read the article
Tagg Magazine 11 Tax Tips the LGBTQ Community Should Know 3-17-15 Learn more