What does an Enrolled Agent do?

​1. Accuracy

2. Timeliness

3. Consistency

4. Integrity

5. Personalized care and trust; securing long term relationship

6. Maximized strategies with money saving results

7. Represent interest in the whole person, recognizing individual uniqueness

 Down-to-earth approach, in compliance with the highest professional standards.

An Enrolled Agent is a person who has earned the privilege of representing taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service. Enrolled Agents, like Attorneys and certified public accountants (CPAs), are generally unrestricted as to which taxpayers they can represent, what types of tax matters they can handle, and which IRS offices they can represent clients before.

What is an Enrolled Agent qualified to do?


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Enrolled Agents are the tax experts. Enrolled agents are regulated by the Department of the Treasury to represent taxpayers before the IRS for audits, collections, and appeals. Enrolled Agents hold a Federal License and have unrestricted right to represent any taxpayer in any State. Enrolled Agents are held to stringent code of ethics. Enroll Agents must fulfill continuing Tax Centric Education.

Gustavo Nuñez

​Gustavo Nuñez, Enrolled Agent, attended the University of El Salvador where he majored in Accounting. He continued his studies at East Los Angeles College. He has worked as a truck driver since 1989 and also in a CPA firm since 1992. He started his entrepeneurial experience in 1997 as a tax preparer catering mainly to truck drivers, business owners, and family friends. He accrued valuable experience which led to his Enrolled Agent certification. In 2006, he opened up his first office in South Gate, California but in 2009 he moved to a more modern office in Chino, California where he and his family have successfully represented hundreds of clients. He writes regularly for El Trailero Magazine regarding tax law and financial problems specific to truck drivers.

  • Same day company formation - normally within 2 hours
  • Personal account manager
  • IRS technical experts
  • Fixed accounting fees - agreed in advance and not dependent upon income level
  • Tax planning
  • Business insurances
  • Trucking and Transportation experience
  • ​Quick Income Statement generation