Dominique Molina is the co-founder and President of the American Institute of Certified Tax Coaches. As the driving force and visionary behind the San Diego-based company, Ms. Molina set out to change the way tax professionals approach tax planning. In 2009, Ms. Molina began to create an elite network of tax professionals including CPAs, EAs, attorneys and financial service providers who are trained to help their clients proactively plan and implement tax strategies that can rescue thousands of dollars in wasted tax. Her more than 12 years of hands-on experience in the accounting and business fields provide her with ample skills to accomplish this mission. Ms. Molina has successfully licensed tax professionals as Certified Tax Coaches across the country, creating a national network of highly qualified professionals who provide proactive service for their clients. This premier group of professionals features less than 200 specialists in 40 states who have achieved this very specialized designation.
Ms. Molina frequently appears as a tax expert and TV guest in regional television markets, including San Diego and Los Angeles. Her excellent media credentials, professionalism, and outgoing personality allow her to provide expert advice on tax issues for thousands of Southern Californians. Ms. Molina is also a published author of two books on taxation. Her latest co-authored book,”Breaking the Tax Code” , is set for release in January 2011. A frequent lecturer and speaker, Ms. Molina often teaches at PASBA conferences, and instructs continuing professional education for CPE Link and CPA Plus Network. Her website also receives thousands of visitors per month who follow her financial video blogs.
When not solving the challenges of America’s taxpayers, Ms. Molina loves being a wife and a mother. She spends her free time with her family enjoying San Diego, surfing, tennis, reading, traveling and running. Ms. Molina is also a classical pianist.
You can reach Dominique at (888) 5 Tax Plan (582-9752) or via email at [email protected]