You could save a lot of money by reducing your tax liability through careful planning and strategies.
We give you a peace of mind by discussing your tax issue with us to become compliant with your tax obligation.
We are licensed to represent taxpayers & businesses before the Internal Revenue Service nationwide at all levels.
We offer an accounting system that keeps track of expenses and income in a timely and efficient manner.
We are experienced in all aspects of tax preparation including individuals returns & small businesses.
Pierre Philantrope is the founder and Managing Director of Pierre Tax Group, LLC. He has over 25 years of experience in the field of taxation. He advises clients, represents clients, and prepares tax returns for individuals and small businesses. He has also provided French and Creole translation and interpretation services to several organizations. He has worked for over 15 years in the legal field for several firms conducting review, quality control, and quality assurance in discovery phase of different high-profile mergers and acquisitions, class actions, government institutions requests, assisting individuals and corporate clients in litigation cases. He has been consistently acknowledged for strong work ethic, and good academic and professional performance. He has a passion for helping people and has been involved in several volunteer and professional organizations throughout his career.
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