This includes sessions from the conference: Dealership Conference 2019
Many believe that cybercrime is the biggest threat to every business in the world. By 2021 cybercrime will cost the world $6 trillion annually. Consumers are fed up with entrusting their data to organizations incapable of keeping this data secure. As a result, new consumer data privacy legislation has either been drafted or enacted. These laws will force businesses to rethink their current IT environments or suffer legal action. For many dealers this represents an evolutionary inflection point of great significance. Dealers who resist this change risk lawsuit, theft, and damage to the reputations they have established.
In this session, attendees will learn:
Based on Portfolio’s research into many leading F&I providers actual dealer agreements and other documents.
To be covered:
These are financial and profit consequences about which you can advise your dealer client.Speaker(s):
During this presentation, Ryan Brinkman will discuss the state of the US automotive industry.Speaker(s):
Today's automotive retailer must be both resolute and agile at the same time. Being brilliant on the basics is both an expectation and a requirement for future survival. Deficiencies with any key metric or in any one department will be glaringly obvious and taken advantage of by knowledgeable competitors. Shared control of the process driven by efficiency and transparency, centered around the customer, will be the price of admission in today's retail world.Speaker(s):
Join this interactive session with CFOs to discuss common industry issues and opportunities in dealerships across the country.
In this session, Travis Fryant and Kelsey Sjoberg will provide an in-depth analysis of section 199A, including general computation, which entities qualify, aggregation, and how to apply the rules to real estate entities. They will also provide planning opportunities to maximize the benefit of the deduction.
This will be a presentation of the past years best ideas form our 20 Groups. NCM Associates facilitates over 260 20 groups that meet 3 times per year. These ideas are the best of the best.
This session is an overview of Sec. 163(j) interest expense limitations.
This session is a review of recent trends in new vehicle sales, used vehicle sales, F&I, fixed operations, dealership expenses, and how they are impacting dealership profits. We will also discuss how these trends are impacting buyers and sellers and get an overview of recent buy-sell transaction activity and dealership valuations.