Items Tagged with 'Eric Wareham'


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Repair Done Right: Our Industry Commitment to Support Customer Repair [Webinar]

To uphold our Industry Commitment to support customer repair, the North American Equipment Dealers Association has launched a training initiative and advocacy campaign with manufacturers called Repair Done Right to change the narrative on Right to Repair. In this webinar, they discuss what the campaign is and how your dealership can get engaged.
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2022 Legislative Landscape [Webinar]

One year into the Biden administration and several significant pieces of legislation later, Congress remains closely divided and the Supreme Court is refereeing major questions. Meanwhile, state legislatures are convening to figure out how to allocate record revenues. Add in legislative redistricting, the approaching mid-terms, and continued efforts on Right to Repair and there is plenty to discuss.
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Legislative Priorities — A Look Forward to the Year Ahead [Webinar]

The new year brings with it many fresh starts, including the start of new legislative sessions at the state and federal level. In this free webinar, Eric Wareham, VP Government Affairs for the Western Equipment Dealers Assn., discusses legislative priorities for dealers across North America. From taxes to data security, the legalization of cannabis and the status of right to repair initiatives, we will cover a range of topics that legislatures will take up this year that could affect your dealership. [To view any of our webinar replays, you must be logged in with a free user account.]
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How Will 2017 U.S. Tax Reform Impact Your Dealership?

Curt Kleoppel and Eric Wareham of the Western Equipment Dealers Assn. provide details on what the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act means for farm equipment dealers in the U.S.
In late December 2017, President Donald Trump signed the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act into law, marking the first significant tax reform in the U.S. since the Reagan administration in the 1980s.
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