The equipment industry is committed to providing the necessary tools to diagnose and repair equipment to reduce downtime and increase productivity.
With last year’s Wayfair ruling on sales tax collection, dealers can expect heightened enforcement actions in the coming year. The ruling tied sales tax collection to the amount sales and number of transactions.
California AB 468 would repeal all major business tax incentives by December 2023, if certain conditions are not met, and result in one of the largest tax increases in recent years.
Seven states, Mexico, dozens of competing water interests, Arizona’s state legislature, and Congress all beat the odds to do their part to get the agreement to the president’s desk in the nick of time.
Helping lawmakers, especially new members of Congress, get a good handle on the overall importance of farming and ranching is the first step to securing support for repealing the estate tax, Rep. Jason Smith (R-Mo.) recently told several members of the Family Business Estate Tax Coalition. The American Farm Bureau Federation is a member of the coalition.
The Far West Equipment Dealers Association (FWEDA), the nonprofit trade association representing agricultural, industrial, material handling, hardware, lumber, outdoor power and rental equipment dealers in Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Nevada, Utah and Wyoming, announced today it has entered into a professional development training partnership with Idaho-based THE TRAINING A.S.P.E.C.T.
The Far West Equipment Dealers Association (FWEDA) today announced its selection of OPOC.us (One Point of Care) to assist FWEDA members with their health insurance and other employee benefits needs.
A New Sheriff is Coming to Town If your dealership is located close to a state border or if you’ve expanded your operations and own dealerships in multiple states, you are well aware of the pain that comes with trying to figure out the correct sales tax to charge to your customers that are in…
In a year already full of interesting and intriguing deals and changes, Japan’s Kubota Corp. announced it will utilize the development and production capabilities of Russian-owned, Canada-based, Buhler Industries Inc. for a new series of larger output tractors.
Given the ease of acquiring the applications necessary to modify power and emissions features across the equipment and vehicle industry, many people seem surprised to find it’s a violation of the Clean Air Act to manufacture, sell or install parts that bypass, defeat or render inoperative any emissions control device.