Robert A. Gambardella, CPA, a Proactive Tax Planner in Shelton CT, Earns Certified Tax Coach Designation

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"Taxpayers who really want to beat the IRS can’t wait for their accountant to work magic with a stack of receipts on April 15,” says Gambardella. “They need a proactive plan for taking advantage of every deduction, credit, loophole, and strategy allowed. I work very closely with business owners to develop a detailed plan and strategy, so they can keep more of what they earn.”

Robert A. Gambardella, CPA, CTC announced today that he is one of just 40 tax professionals who has completed the American Institute for Certified Tax Coaches’ inaugural training program leading to the Certified Tax Coach designation.

“Taxpayers who really want to beat the IRS can’t wait for their accountant to work magic with a stack of receipts on April 15,” says Gambardella. “They need a proactive plan for taking advantage of every deduction, credit, loophole, and strategy allowed. I work very closely with business owners to develop a detailed plan and strategy, so they can keep more of what they earn.”

“Traditional tax professionals focus on putting the right numbers in the right boxes on the right forms,” says Dominique Molina, a San Diego-based CPA and Director of the American Institute of Certified Tax Coaches. “Our program is different,” she continues. “We don’t just help our clients record history. We help them write it, with a complete menu of advanced tax-planning concepts and strategies.”

The Certified Tax Coach program focuses on court-tested, IRS-approved strategies for new and experienced business owners and real estate investors, minimizing Alternative Minimum Tax, maximizing deductions from real estate and passive activities, maximizing retirement savings, and similarly powerful strategies. As taxes rise to cover increased government spending, this sort of proactive planning will become even more important in the future.

To earn the designation, Robert completed an intense training program. He has also agreed to abide by the AICTC Code of Ethics and complete 24 hours of tax-planning continuing education each year, in addition to the 40 hours of continuing education required to maintain his CPA license.

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