About Phillip Bruce Chute, EA
Phillip Bruce Chute is a businessman, tax and financial advisor, and award-winning author of many books.
He served as a paratrooper in the 82nd Airborne Division in the U.S. and Europe during the Cold War. His ancestry dates to warrior-king Robert Bruce of Scotland and the Speaker of Parliament Challoner Chute of England.
As a writer, Phillip has won three National and International awards from Kiwanis International.
His first book, American Independent Business, published in 1985, was used by four universities as a textbook and became a comprehensive reference for new entrepreneurs and businessmen. The second book, Rock & Roll Murders, is a fictionalized crime saga, based on the true story of KOLA radio station founder, Frederick R. Cote. It ended in the sensational murder-one trial in Riverside, California in 1990. Nationally famous attorneys from the O.J. Simpson and Patty Hearst trials represented his defense for the month-long trial. Some actual transcripts are included in the text.
The Silver Thread of Life was his third book. This is a spiritual book with a compilation of 52 true divine intervention events of the author, friends, and clients.
The Metric Clock was his fourth book. This story is about the life of a nine-year-old child in 1946 when the War had ended. This is a coming-of-age story of friendships, courage, and embracing life.
His latest book, Stocks, Bonds & Taxes, has won numerous awards turning it into an asset to university students and investors who are interested in knowing more about their pensions and the financial markets.
Phillip has written many articles and has been interviewed by many newspapers and Entrepreneur Magazine.