Temecula Tax Service
At Temecula Tax Service we provide expert tax-related services including; year-round tax preparation and tax consulting for individuals as well as LLC's, partnerships, corporations, small businesses, self-employed, and home-based businesses.
Our tax preparation professionals also provide assistance in setting up and maintaining business structures and compliance, bookkeeping services, and financial statement reviews. Other services include setting up, preparation, and filing of sales and payroll tax returns, W2's, 1099, and depreciation schedules. We prepare filings for all tax credits, including earned income credit, additional child tax credit, educational credits, hybrid vehicle credits, energy credits, first-time home buyer credits, and many more.
Phillip Bruce Chute is an Enrolled Agent, tested, licensed, and appointed by the IRS directly. He has prepared or supervised over 25,000 tax returns over 30 years. These are individual, business, fiduciary, estate, corporate, partnership, and many kinds of business entities. He has also represented clients in hundreds of audits including payroll and sales, tax, secured and unsecured property taxes, workman's compensation, Labor Board, IRS, and FTB office and field individual taxes, corporate taxes, and estate taxes.
Phillip also offers Financial Planning services. He was a licensed stockbroker for 20 years and a held NASD Series 7 License [General Securities], Series 24 License [Principal. OSJ and branch manager], and a Series 63 [Registered Investment Adviser]. Mr. Chute has current insurance licenses with California; Accident and Health Agent, Casualty Broker-Agent, Life-Only-Agent, and Property Broker-Agent.
Tax Resolution Services...Phillip's experience of helping people solve their tax problems and stay out or get out of trouble through negotiating or reaching a resolution with the IRS is one of his specialties. As an Enrolled Agent, he is certified to appear directly with the IRS in tax audits.
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