As a Trucking Specialist, Emil Estafanous, CPA provides you with a reliable and accurate one-stop source for all your accounting, bookkeeping, tax, payroll and financial needs. In addition to customizing his services to meet your needs, Emil Estafanous, CPA offers you a variety of options, which include business and entity selections and formation, business valuation, retirement planning and business closing services.

  • Throughout the Los Angeles, Southern California and across the country, the accounting office of Emil Estafanous, CPA and his Certified QuickBooks advisors accountants has helped owner operators, over-the-road commercial drivers, and small emerging trucking companies with their specific accounting, tax and consulting service needs. Besides his dedication to the truck driving industry, he serves as a strong advocate in successfully resolving IRS and state tax debt resolutions and audits.



    Emil Estafanous, CPA has accumulated over 25 years of accounting experience and can help you take advantage of the many deductions available to the trucking industry. Tax returns for the trucking industry are among the most complicated, so allow a trucking specialist to apply the tax code. If your accountant or tax preparer is not fully aware of how to record and report the many deductions available in the trucking industry, you could be paying thousands of extra dollars in tax.



    Emil Estafanous, CPA invites you to receive a FREE Consultation on how he may assist you in tracking and totaling expenses to prepare you for tax time as well as help you better manage your business.

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