CPA Tax Solutions, LLC

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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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Tax Preparation Services at CPA Tax Solutions, LLC

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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Diversifying your investments involves spreading your risks by investing in a variety of asset classes such as stocks, bonds, commodities, and real estate. But with a changing tax landscape, you might consider three more classes: taxable, tax-deferred, and tax-free.
Years ago, taxpayers often worked under the assumption that their tax bracket would be lower after they retire. Therefore, a common strategy was to defer as much taxable income as possible to the golden years. Now, however, with the possibility of higher tax rates in the future, it could be more efficient to pay those taxes today while rates remain lower. Since no one knows for sure what Washington will do, it might be time to hedge your tax risk and allocate your portfolio between accounts with differing tax consequences.
* Taxable accounts, such as savings or brokerage accounts, result in current taxation on earnings, but they also provide maximum flexibility. You can withdraw as much as you wish whenever you wish, with no IRS penalties. Keeping some of your nest egg in this type of account will provide immediate funds for major purchases, debt reduction, or emergencies.
* Tax-deferred accounts, such as IRAs or 401(k)s, only postpone the payment of taxes; eventually you will have to pay Uncle Sam when you withdraw the funds. But in the meantime, you generally receive a current-year tax deduction when you contribute, and the account can grow tax-deferred until you take it out at retirement.
* Tax-free accounts, such as Roth IRAs, are funded with after-tax dollars. What you put in, including any investment earnings, can be later withdrawn tax-free. The downside? You generally must wait until after age 59½ (and the account has to be open for five years) to make a tax-free withdrawal.
Diversifying your portfolio is only the first step. The next (and trickiest) step is properly investing in each tax class. For instance, your goal for a taxable account might be to generate growth while keeping taxable earnings to a minimum. This could be done by investing in tax-exempt municipal bonds or low-dividend yielding growth stocks.
In a tax-deferred account, investment income is not taxed until withdrawn, so earnings can come from any source without immediate tax implications. However, since you must start withdrawing funds from an IRA or 401(k) at age 70½, you might want to consider this in your planning.
Tax-free Roth IRAs offer the longest time horizon for investing since you are not required to make a withdrawal at any age.
In an era of high uncertainty and low-to-moderate economic growth forecasts, tax-efficient investing has never been more important. To review the tax implications of your investments, give our office a call today.
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Diversifying your investments involves spreading your risks by investing in a variety of asset classes such as stocks, bonds, commodities, and real estate. But with a changing tax landscape, you might consider three more classes: taxable, tax-deferred, and tax-free.
Years ago, taxpayers often worked under the assumption that their tax bracket would be lower after they retire. Therefore, a common strategy was to defer as much taxable income as possible to the golden years. Now, however, with the possibility of higher tax rates in the future, it could be more efficient to pay those taxes today while rates remain lower. Since no one knows for sure what Washington will do, it might be time to hedge your tax risk and allocate your portfolio between accounts with differing tax consequences.
* Taxable accounts, such as savings or brokerage accounts, result in current taxation on earnings, but they also provide maximum flexibility. You can withdraw as much as you wish whenever you wish, with no IRS penalties. Keeping some of your nest egg in this type of account will provide immediate funds for major purchases, debt reduction, or emergencies.
* Tax-deferred accounts, such as IRAs or 401(k)s, only postpone the payment of taxes; eventually you will have to pay Uncle Sam when you withdraw the funds. But in the meantime, you generally receive a current-year tax deduction when you contribute, and the account can grow tax-deferred until you take it out at retirement.
* Tax-free accounts, such as Roth IRAs, are funded with after-tax dollars. What you put in, including any investment earnings, can be later withdrawn tax-free. The downside? You generally must wait until after age 59½ (and the account has to be open for five years) to make a tax-free withdrawal.
Diversifying your portfolio is only the first step. The next (and trickiest) step is properly investing in each tax class. For instance, your goal for a taxable account might be to generate growth while keeping taxable earnings to a minimum. This could be done by investing in tax-exempt municipal bonds or low-dividend yielding growth stocks.
In a tax-deferred account, investment income is not taxed until withdrawn, so earnings can come from any source without immediate tax implications. However, since you must start withdrawing funds from an IRA or 401(k) at age 70½, you might want to consider this in your planning.
Tax-free Roth IRAs offer the longest time horizon for investing since you are not required to make a withdrawal at any age.
In an era of high uncertainty and low-to-moderate economic growth forecasts, tax-efficient investing has never been more important. To review the tax implications of your investments, give our office a call today.

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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