There are a number of these folks who are unlicensed and unregulated tax preparers out there. And not only in the "adult entertainment fields".
However, IRS (and Congress) have enacted changes to the preparers out there with regards to licensure and ability to "sign" returns as the preparer, and to practice in front of the IRS.
Needless to say that she may indeed do a nice job...but there are licensed practitioners (CPA's come to mind) that have the skills to carefully prepare and advise, and have the credentials to prove it.
And FWIW...many of taxdomme's comments are erroneous...BTW!
And unfortunately she "admits" that she hasn't had a client (or herself I am assuming) audited. I suspect when that day arrives (and it will), she'll contact someone like me to bail her out. Not to mention that the IRS will undoubtedly pull all the returns she "signed" and audit those as well. Hopefully all of her clients understand this inherent "risk" having someone with NO certification, licensure or experience.
Hopefully she understands the documentation needed to prove up her "alleged" deductions that she is taking for "her clients"...and how they will indeed be "attacked" in an audit situation. But somehow, I don't think she has a clue!