Certified Tax Coach: Dominique Molina - Differentiating Your Tax Services| |
Differentiation is big in the accounting industry – how do you set your firm and your services apart from the crowd? Dominique Molina has the answer. As founder and president of the American Institute of Certified Tax Planners, an independent, nonprofit corporation which trains and certifies tax professionals in proactive tax planning, Dominique is passionate about providing business owners with this higher level of tax expertise – even though it is not required by the CPA and EA designations. In this episode of Accounting Marketing Doesn't Suck, Hugh talks with Dominique about why she started the Institute, how she continues to run her own boutique tax practice in San Diego and why providing tax planning is the key to capitalizing on your competitive edge.
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Guest Bio: Dominique Molina, President & Founder of the American Institute of Certified Tax Planners
Dominique Molina is the President and Founder of the American Institute of Certified Tax Planners.
With over 17 years of experience as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Dominique has worked with many top business owners and investors using proactive tax planning to help them keep more of what they earn.
Dominique is an accomplished keynote speaker, teacher, best-selling author, and mentor to tax professionals across the United States. She began teaching and writing books to make individuals and tax professionals aware of government tax breaks and loopholes that most tax professionals miss. Dominique is best known as the coauthor of six books, most notably Tax Breaks of the Rich and Famous and The Great Tax Escape.
Dominique frequently appears in print, television, and radio programs, including CNN Money, and is the host of the popular podcast, Business $ense, a weekly program for business owners and investors.
Dominique was named one of the 40 Most Influential Accountants by CPA Practice Advisor Magazine and a recipient of the 2014 Financial Services Champion Award from the SBA.