40+ years of tax experience, working for you and your family
CPA Consulting Services LLC is a bookkeeping and tax firm based in Manchester, Connecticut that provides accounting and tax solutions to clients across Connecticut. Gene Turley founded the firm in 1987 with the idea that specialized accounting skills best serve clients when they are viewed as an important part of an individual’s or business’s future.
CPA Consulting Services merged with Priority Tax Services, owned by Deb Prior, in 2019. Together, Gene and Deb have over forty years of experience helping individuals and small businesses. Known for professionalism, responsiveness
The company can be found online at CPAConsultingServices.com, on Facebook at Facebook.com/CPAConsultingServices, and on Twitter @CPA_Consulting_.
Gene Turley, CPA
Gene Turley is an experienced CPA who takes a broad, interdisciplinary approach to problem identification and analysis. He enjoys untangling knotty business problems and crafting solutions that show measurable results. As a CPA and certified Tax Coach, Gene is equipped to handle any difficulty clients might have in the tedious process of filing with the IRS. He is a licensed Certified Public Accountant in the State of Connecticut and is a certified tax consultant with the AICTC.
As an interim CFO for multiple small businesses, he has propelled CEOs, COOs, and VPs into contracts with Fortune 1000 accounts and tripled multi-million-dollar revenues. He has extensive experience with startups, as both an equity investor and a consultant.
Gene has wide-ranging technical knowledge and is certified as a Project Management Professional by the Project Management Institute. He has studied business, economics, and computer science and earned his MBA from the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University. He lives in Manchester with his wife, their three daughters, and their dog.
Deborah Prior has over ten years of tax experience, providing tax preparation services at both federal and state levels for individuals, businesses, trusts and farms as well as tax consultation services.
Deb first started working as a licensed financial advisor for New York Life. With a solid foundation in wealth management, she opened a tax franchise, built a substantial client base and sold it as a successful business. As an adjunct, she added bookkeeping services through Priority Bookkeeping. Helping people and businesses to put the pieces together successfully is what drives Deb.
She holds both B.S. and M.S. degrees from Central Connecticut State University. In addition, she holds the American Society’s CLU, ChFC & REBC professional designations, the IRS’s EA (Enrolled Agent) designation and the University of Connecticut’s Master Gardener Certification. Deb lives in Windsor
I hope you’ll forgive me for being blunt.
I am Gene Turley, I’m a CPA and realize that you may not be used to seeing a tax professional talk like this. It’s not my intention to offend (I’m actually being very careful with my words–I am a tax professional, after all).
But I think you’ll agree that the times we’re currently facing require a little straight talk.
Here’s a certain truth: the State and Federal Government would love to have more of your hard-earned money in their accounts. Sure, even though it’s painful, none of us begrudge paying our legal and fair share of taxes. But the problem is that regular taxpayers, like you, are missing out on legal and safe deductions, to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars in unclaimed refunds every year!
As a tax professional, it truly breaks my heart, knowing that just a few thousand, or even a few hundred bucks for us “regular guys” out of that vast pool of overcharging could make a world of difference–and they are just sitting there, unclaimed! And with the economy we’re facing now…it’s essential that the “right” professional handles your taxes and other financial matters.
You see, all tax professionals are not the same. From the “discount” chains (notice the quotes) to classic accounting firms, most fly through tax season in a disorganized mess–bleary-eyed and hopped-up on caffeine. It’s no wonder that they treat you like a number and lapse into excuses and tax-talk. (I told you that I would be blunt.)
I’ve put more of my thoughts on these matters in free reports:
Click the button on this page to request either of these free reports from us, and we’ll rush your copy to you immediately. Feel free to poke around our site and discover why I’ve been called “The Most Trusted Tax Professional in the Manchester Area.
PS–When you grab either of these free reports, we’ll also add you to our weekly email series on “Real World” Strategy (for individuals). Our readers enthusiastically forward these to their friends and peers all the time, and they’re not your standard “tax tips”.
PPS–Already ready to come in?
I don’t blame you…many folks are fed up with the other options out there. Our schedule is very full…but if you call us at 860-288-7065 or Email Us, we’ll give you two options for coming in right away! We will NOT make dealing with a tax professional as painful as it’s been in the past!
Talk again soon,
Gene Turley, CPA, MS
What our Clients are saying
I own a small business in the Manchester, ct area; we have performed contractor services for 30 years. After many years of going back and forth with accounting companies I wasn’t overjoyed with I was introduced to Deb prior and her team about 10 years ago. Since that time, I have received exceptional accounting services as well as savvy business assistance. Response to phone calls and questions is always prompt even off hours during the busy tax season. I also want to do business with people I trust and enjoy; Deb and Gene are fantastic. I would highly recommend CPA consulting services to anyone be it an individual or business like myself; in fact, Deb now does all my families taxes too!! Great company, great people, professional, reliable, prompt- highly recommend
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