AICTC’s Six New CTC Tax Professionals Prepare for 2013 Tax Season

The American Institute of Certified Tax Coaches announces six new tax experts have earned the Certified Tax Coach designation. The intensive, three-day training academy excels in promoting financial expertise, tax planning excellence and outstanding customer service.

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As Americans prepare to file their 2012 income taxes, they often overlook taking advantage of every deduction, credit, loophole and strategy allowed, and that’s where our CTC tax experts can help.

San Diego, CA (PRWEB) January 23, 2013

The 2013 tax season welcomes six new tax experts who have achieved the highly esteemed designation of a Certified Tax Coach after recently completing the American Institute of Certified Tax Coaches’ training program. The CTC designation provides advanced training in proactive tax planning ensuring each attendee graduates knowing how to save their clients thousands of dollars that would otherwise be wasted on unnecessary taxes this upcoming tax season.

“Americans will start receiving their W-2 forms very soon,” says San Diego-based CPA and Director of the American Institute of Certified Tax Coaches, Dominique Molina. “As they prepare to file their 2012 income taxes, they often overlook taking advantage of every deduction, credit, loophole and strategy allowed, and that’s where our CTC tax experts can help.”

The Certified Tax Coach program focuses on court-tested, IRS-approved strategies for minimizing Alternative Minimum Tax, maximizing deductions from real estate and passive activities, maximizing retirement savings, and similarly powerful strategies. The fiscal cliff has caused taxes to rise to cover increased government spending, and this sort of proactive planning will be important this tax season, according to the AICTC.

“Tax season can be extremely stressful for taxpayers, and traditional tax professionals only focus on putting the right numbers in the right boxes on the right forms,” says Molina. “AICTC’s program is different. Certified Tax Coach professionals don’t just help their client’s record history; they help them write it with a complete menu of advanced tax-planning concepts and strategies.”

Every Certified Tax Coach attends the intensive, three-day proprietary training academy, and is required to attend 24 additional hours each year of continuing professional education in proactive tax planning to extend their specialized knowledge and keep the esteemed CTC designation. This elite network of tax professionals includes certified public accountants (CPAs), enrolled agents (EAs), certified financial planners (CFPS), attorneys and financial service providers. There are fewer than 300 skilled professionals in 44 states who have achieved this specialized designation.

Below are the names of 2013’s newest CTC tax professionals:
Mary Quebbemann – CPA from Huntley, IL
Shawne Forrest – EA from Garland, TX
Virginia Shelby – CPA from Pensacola, FL
Lyubim Kogan – CPA from Denver, CO
James Black – CFP from Redmond, WA
William Zumwalt – CPA from Tulsa, OK

To find out how much you might be wasting in taxes you don’t have to pay, contact a CTC tax professional at http://www.certifiedtaxcoach.com/contact/

About The American Institute of Certified Tax Coaches
The American Institute of Certified Tax Coaches is an independent, not-for-profit corporation which trains and certifies tax professionals in the philosophy of proactive tax planning. The organization, which administers the Certified Tax Coach designation, upholds a strict Code of Ethics to ensure the highest standards of integrity and excellence among its members. The organization also offers a network of resources, ongoing education and joint venture opportunities to its members. Founded in 2009 in San Diego, CA by Ms. Dominique Molina, CPA and Edward Lyon, JD, Certified Tax Coach is quickly becoming the premier organization for helping business owners and investors keep more of what they earn.