In this episode, I talk about the ultimate goal that I am working towards and get you to think about yours as well. I also have the opportunity to chat with Diane Gardner of Tax Coach 4 You and we discuss her adventures in entrepreneurship. I love it that she quickly told me that she was unemployable because she is such a dedicated entrepreneur. It doesn’t get any better than that for me. She has also published seven books, and she is a certified tax coach. Finally, Diane shared three helpful tax tips to save us all more money. This episode was a lot of fun, check it out!
About Diane Gardner
Diane Gardner, Your Tax Coach, is a best-selling author and a Quilly Award recipient. She is also a Certified Tax Coach and an Enrolled Agent.
Diane’s expertise lies in the area of tax planning. Her goal is to make sure successful entrepreneurs across the United States are paying the least amount of income tax they can legally pay. As a tax coach, she offers a FREE tax analysis for those interested in finding out if they are overpaying their income taxes. Her goal is to save taxes one business at a time through the use of pro-active tax planning.
Diane is also a believer in the mastermind and coaching concepts. She leads the “Business Breakthrough Mastermind Group” and offers coaching services to other entrepreneurs.
In her “spare time,” Diane enjoys writing books. Her books are available on this website and Amazon. Her book, “Stop Over Paying Your Taxes” is a compilation of actual case studies from her clients which makes this book a very interesting read. (Names and other private information have been changed to protect clients’ privacy.)
The family is vitally important to Diane, and she is proud to be happily married to her husband, Mike. She also has a daughter and a grandson whom she adores. Diane’s love of the outdoors often leads her outside for family camping; Dutch oven cooking walks in the woods, bonfires, and picnics.
She is active in her church and gives God the glory for her accomplishments. Being community minded, she is active in several local Chambers of Commerce and serves on the board of the Twin Lakes Friends Camp.