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2020 Wholegoods Wrap Up [Webinar]

As this unprecedented year comes to a close, some dealerships experienced strong sales with lower horsepower units including outdoor power equipment. With a shortage of new ag production inventory, many took the opportunity to reduce their used equipment. In this webinar, Dealer Institute Instructor, Trent Hummel discusses important 2020 wholegoods stats.
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Investing in Turbulent Times [Webinar]

The coronavirus pandemic certainly dominates the news cycle, but investors are seeking to understand how the upcoming election might impact the market and their investments. In this webinar, David B. Wentz examines the market returns during election years, performance under different political administrations, provide perspectives on why we observe these results and advice on how investors can stay on track. [To view any of our webinar replays, you must be logged in with a free user account.]
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What Should Influence Your Used Valuations?

As part of his recent presentation at the 2020 Virtual Dealership Minds Summit, Trent Hummel, consultant and trainer with the Western Equipment Dealers Assn.’s (WEDA) Dealer Institute, showcased a series of studies conducted with Farm Equipment in which surveyed dealers were asked what influences their valuations of used equipment.
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Optimizing Your Used Combine Business Through Data-Tracking

Trent Hummel breaks down how dealers can use hard data to get a handle on their used markets and make smart decisions with their used combine inventories.
Interest in used equipment is on the rise, but not particularly in used combines. According to results from Ag Equipment Intelligence’s August 2020 Dealer Sentiments report, a net 6% of dealers reported their used inventory “too low” in July, the first time it’s been “too low” since June 2012.
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Out-of-State Sales Tax Laws are Evolving: How to be Ready

With the success of South Dakota vs. Wayfair and the widespread introduction of economic nexus taxes, dealers making any sales to customers out-of-state must be mindful of new sales tax laws and procedures to pass audits.
The ag market is rapidly changing and laws are having a difficult time keeping up. Two evolving factors greatly impacting dealerships’ customer bases today are consolidation and the internet.
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Special Report: Growing the Workforce

Ag Equipment Technician Training Being Geared Toward High Schoolers

The Agricultural Equipment Technician program offered through the Sun West Distance Learning Centre has opened the door for high school students to get an understanding of the ag industry and potentially get an early start on careers as technicians.
Finding a good employee and keeping them on has become an increasingly difficult task for many farm equipment dealers.
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Sales Tax and Selling to Out-of-State Customers [Webinar]

Sales tax compliance has never been easy, even though the vagueness of some of the standards may have made it easier to gloss over potential sales tax obligations. With the new Wayfair ruling by the Supreme Court, dealers will get the benefit of some additional clarity for both reporting obligations and responses to customer questions. But this clarity comes at the cost of requiring you to be even more vigilant about your compliance efforts as there will be less gray area involved in sales tax audits regarding sales to out-of-state customers. Learn these new rules to help minimize your exposure in future sales tax audits. [To view any of our webinar replays, you must be logged in with a free user account.]
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Our Dealer Story Podcast

[Podcast] Our Dealer Story: Hoxie Implement

In this episode of the new <em>Farm Equipment</em> podcast, “Our Dealer Story” brought to you by HBS Systems, Editor/Publisher Mike Lessiter sits with Ed Heim, the second-generation owner of Hoxie Implement Co., a 3-store Case IH dealership in Hoxie, Kansas.
In this episode of the new Farm Equipment podcast, “Our Dealer Story” brought to you by HBS Systems, Editor/Publisher Mike Lessiter sits with Ed Heim, the second-generation owner of Hoxie Implement Co., a 3-store Case IH dealership in Hoxie, Kansas.
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