CPA Tax Solutions, LLC

Solutions for one of life’s certainties.

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CPA Tax Solutions, LLC

Solutions for one of life’s certainties.

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CPA Tax Solutions, LLC

Solutions for one of life’s certainties.

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CPA Tax Solutions, LLC

Solutions for one of life’s certainties.

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375 Mather St.
Hamden, CT 06514
tel: 203-248-8600
fax: 203-248-5900

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Oak Park
149 Durham Rd. Ste. 25
Madison, CT 06443
tel: 203-245-7110
fax: 203-245-7510

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At CPA Tax Solutions, LLC, we specialize in tax preparation services, business tax planning, business accounting, and more. Our professional team can offer you both personal and business services. Just ask us how we can help you today.

Besides traditional tax preparation, we also specialize in IRS audit-representation, wage garnishment, back taxes and more. Explore our website today to learn more about our available services and our client-focused team.

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Should you pay for your child's college education? Or should your child find the financing? There are compelling arguments for both sides, but ultimately, your family needs to do what's best for your financial situation. Most families find that a combination of both works the best.
Parents should pay.
Arguments in favor of shelling out your hard-earned cash for a son's or daughter's higher education can be compelling. For one thing, college is a very expensive proposition these days. A year of undergraduate study at a private university can easily top $30,000 and public in-state schools can run over $12,000. Of course, if your student decides to get an advanced degree or go to medical or law school, he or she can run up a bill exceeding the cost of your home mortgage. Advocates of this point of view ask, "Do you really want to saddle your kid with that kind of debt so early in life?"
They add that if your child ends up working to pay for college, that's less time available for study and making friends. And, of course, friendships built in college can generate a wealth of opportunities for a future career. Also, by investing in tax-deferred 529 plans, parents can withdraw funds free from federal and some state income taxes when it's time for college.
The child should take the responsibility.
Others argue that covering the cost of your child's college education should not be your priority. After all, they reason, your kid has a lifetime to pay back student loans, and making loan payments can generate a positive credit history. Advocates of this position also argue that kids who have to pay for their own tuition, books, and living expenses learn responsibility and value the investment that college represents. They also point to available tuition reimbursement plans provided by some companies or the military service option as a way to get a college education without breaking the bank.
Those on this side of the debate often argue that 529 plans are overrated as a savings vehicle because investment options can be limited and tax rules are likely to change, undermining future tax benefits. Finally, they reason that a parent's own retirement savings should take precedence over saving for a child's education.
Making the decision.
Of course, your family's dynamics, the importance you place on a college education, and your personal financial priorities will factor into this decision. If you'd like help looking at the pros and cons of this important issue, give us a call.
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Should you pay for your childs college education? Or should your child find the financing? There are compelling arguments for both sides, but ultimately, your family needs to do whats best for your financial situation. Most families find that a combination of both works the best.
Parents should pay.
Arguments in favor of shelling out your hard-earned cash for a sons or daughters higher education can be compelling. For one thing, college is a very expensive proposition these days. A year of undergraduate study at a private university can easily top $30,000 and public in-state schools can run over $12,000. Of course, if your student decides to get an advanced degree or go to medical or law school, he or she can run up a bill exceeding the cost of your home mortgage. Advocates of this point of view ask, Do you really want to saddle your kid with that kind of debt so early in life?
They add that if your child ends up working to pay for college, thats less time available for study and making friends. And, of course, friendships built in college can generate a wealth of opportunities for a future career. Also, by investing in tax-deferred 529 plans, parents can withdraw funds free from federal and some state income taxes when its time for college.
The child should take the responsibility.
Others argue that covering the cost of your childs college education should not be your priority. After all, they reason, your kid has a lifetime to pay back student loans, and making loan payments can generate a positive credit history. Advocates of this position also argue that kids who have to pay for their own tuition, books, and living expenses learn responsibility and value the investment that college represents. They also point to available tuition reimbursement plans provided by some companies or the military service option as a way to get a college education without breaking the bank.
Those on this side of the debate often argue that 529 plans are overrated as a savings vehicle because investment options can be limited and tax rules are likely to change, undermining future tax benefits. Finally, they reason that a parents own retirement savings should take precedence over saving for a childs education. 
Making the decision.
Of course, your familys dynamics, the importance you place on a college education, and your personal financial priorities will factor into this decision. If youd like help looking at the pros and cons of this important issue, give us a call.

Solutions for One of Life’s Certainties

Although we provide a wide range of traditional services for both business and individual clients, we specialize in negotiating with the IRS on your behalf and navigating through complicated IRS correspondence, estate and gift tax services, as well as financial planning.

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Individual Tax Services

We can offer you personal tax preparation services including individual filing and tax planning. The advisers at our Hamden and Madison offices will recommend the best practices for filing your individual tax return and help assist you through every step of the process. Filing your taxes will be smooth sailing with the help of our certified professionals!

Business Tax and Accounting Services

Our certified business accounting team provides resources for businesses such as tax preparation services, tax planning, small business accounting, financial statements, strategic business planning, and new business formation. We also offer QuickBooks services including setup and training. With the help of our business tax advisers, your business will be ready for quarterly reports, year-end taxes, and you will stay financially informed.

Specialized Tax Services

Besides traditional tax preparation services we can also help you with several other services to help make financial planning easier for you or your business. We are prepared to negotiate with the IRS on your behalf regarding IRS audits, liens and levies, wage garnishment, offers in compromise, innocent spouse relief, and installment plans. Our expert team can also be of assistance with non-filed tax returns, owed back taxes, and payroll tax problems. Don’t be intimidated by that dreaded IRS letter. Let our team make things easy for you.

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