Bridget B. Phillips, CPA


Bridget B. Phillips, CPA, a shareholder, began her career with Hunter Hagan in 1995. Since joining the firm, Bridget has developed specializations in multi-state taxation, trust, estate and gift tax planning and compliance, along with her extensive experience in accounting and income taxation.

Her considerable patience and attention to detail make her an admired trainer and administrator for both team members and clients. Many clients rely heavily on her, not just for her expertise, but her willingness and ability to assist them with complex or hard to understand requirements.

Bridget’s knowledge in multi-state taxation issues is a valuable asset when assisting our clients who must meet all the complex and specialized requirements for each state in which they operate their businesses.

Bridget also has a strong background in the professional services industries and is an invaluable resource in providing our clients with industry-specific accounting and consulting services. She has extensive experience with issues related to multi owner professional groups including buy-sell issues, special allocations and internal policies and procedures.

A long time equestrian, Bridget is the past Treasurer for the United States Eventing Association Area 10, a nonprofit organization located in Phoenix that promotes equestrian eventing competitions nationwide. Bridget has been nationally ranked in this sport and has traveled extensively in the United States to compete in various equestrian events. In addition, Bridget is past Treasurer and Secretary of the Phoenix Zoo’s Wildest Club in Town and serves as a volunteer for various community events.

Bridget graduated from Northern Arizona University with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and completed her Masters of Taxation from Arizona State University. Licensed to practice as a CPA in Arizona, Bridget is a member of the Arizona Society of Certified Public Accountants and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.