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The Value Report - Machen McChesney Business Advisory Insights

At Machen McChesney we are committed to Returning Value to you through our monthly e-newsletter, The Value Report.

Here you'll find regular tips to help with your business and personal finances, as well as strategies to grow and more efficiently run your organization.

Table of Contents

  1. Five Year-End Tax Ideas for Businesses
  2. Q&A About Early Retirement: Is It a Pipedream or Possible Reality?
  3. Seven Make-or-Break Year-End Tax Moves for Individuals
  4. Issues for Employers Implementing the New Pension Standards

Five Year-End Tax Ideas for Businesses

Don’t think that year-end tax planning is strictly limited to individuals. A calendar-year business can also keep taxes for 2015 to the bare minimum with some astute planning at the end of the year. Here are five techniques for consideration by small-business owners. Continue reading.

Q&A About Early Retirement: Is It a Pipedream or Possible Reality?

After fighting the rat race for years, many Americans dream of an early retirement. For instance, you might be contemplating such a move on your own, or perhaps your company is preparing to make you an early retirement offer. Whether or not you can afford to retire early, or really want to, may depend on the answers to the following questions. 
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Seven Make-or-Break Year-End Tax Moves for Individuals

As another year draws to a close, the tax moves you make or don’t make, can have a significant impact on your 2015 tax return. Fortunately, there are plenty of tax-saving opportunities available to individual taxpayers, even if certain tax provisions are not resolved until the waning days of the year. Here are seven ways you may be able to reduce your tax bill for 2015. Continue reading.

Issues for Employers Implementing the New Pension Standards

Effective June 30, 2015, governmental employers
are required to report their net pension liability (NPL)
in the full accrual financial statements. 
employers will report their share of the collective net
pension liability. The footnotes will disclose basic
information about the pension plan, the long-term
expected rate of return, the discount rate, the deferred
inflows of resources and deferred outflows of resources, and a sensitivity analysis.
 Continue reading. 

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