Health Care Reform Consultant with American Fidelity Administrative Services, LLC.
U.S. dealerships and auto groups with 100 or more participating employees are reporting stepped up audit and violation activity. Obamacare figures into this new enforcement initiative...learn how! Thursday, November 6th
The reporting requirements now being applied with some vigor have existed since 1974, but have not been routinely enforced...up till now that is. The Affordable Care Act has changed the audit and enforcement landscape. Auto dealerships and groups with 100 or more participating employees, in an employee health and welfare benefit plan, need to be aware or suffer the somewhat costly consequences. Dealership organizations are already reporting stepped up activity and its implications. The mix of DOL, IRS and Obamacare calls for dealers to beware. Kelli Personette is a Health Reform Consultant with American Fidelity and presented a DealersEdge Workshop in July on certain aspects of Obamacare and its impact auto dealers... a very informative and helpful session. Kelli joins us again for this workshop to examine this new wrinkle of Health Care Reform and especially with regard to reporting requirements, audits and enforcement.
(WHK1) Registration: $298 per connection
Presenter: Kelli Personette Health Care Reform Consultant with American Fidelity Administrative Services, LLC.
Stephen Bedell CPA: New IRS Tax Policies and Applications Help Defray Image Program Construction Expenses
OEM Mandated Image Improvements Have Big Ticket Costs - Learn About Tax Strategies That Can Help Offset Cost of Construction. Thursday, November 13th
Construction projects consistent with the Image Programs of most OEMs are evident just about everywhere. Along with those glowing modern new facades come a hefty price tag. Discover a few tax strategies that can help offset those costs with tax savings. Learn about new IRS Regs and how they apply.
Chuck Hartlé: Getting All Auto Group Parts Mgrs of All OEMs on a Common Reporting System...It's Not Rocket Science
How to structure parts performance measurements so that common reporting and comparisons make more sense. Thursday, November 20th
Measuring parts department performance in multi-make auto groups can be a challenge. Most will claim that the OEM parts systems are so different and diverse that they prevent Store A to Store B comparisons. Everyone seems to operate with a different set of numbers. Some say it is necessary...Not so says parts and inventory guru Chuck Hartlé. In this workshop, Chuck will describe and detail for you a process for creating a suite of very basic measurements and reports that allow for comparisons from one store to another regardless of the OEM each dealership represents.