AASA Partners with American Express Tax and Business Services to Co-Sponsor Automotive Aftermarket Executives Roundtable - aftermarketNews

AASA Partners with American Express Tax and Business Services to Co-Sponsor Automotive Aftermarket Executives Roundtable

American Express Tax and Business Services (TBS) announced that MEMA’s Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers Association (AASA) will co-sponsor the bi-annual Automotive Aftermarket Executives Roundtable on September 29, 2004 in Detroit, Mich., and September 30, 2004 in Chicago, Ill. The discussion will focus on A China Update: How to Succeed and will specifically cover current conditions, determining where are you in the world, knowing when to seek help, major business mistakes, developing a positive business relationship, communicating amongst your locations and tax planning.

CHICAGO — American Express Tax and Business Services (TBS) announced that MEMA’s Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers Association (AASA) will co-sponsor the bi-annual Automotive Aftermarket Executives Roundtable on September 29, 2004 in Detroit, Mich., and September 30, 2004 in Chicago, Ill. The discussion will focus on A China Update: How to Succeed and will specifically cover current conditions, determining where are you in the world, knowing when to seek help, major business mistakes, developing a positive business relationship, communicating amongst your locations and tax planning.

“This is an excellent opportunity for American Express Tax and Business Services and AASA to partner in bringing valuable services to members of the industry,” said Byron Schneidman, managing director and director of Automotive Aftermarket Services of American Express Tax and Business Services. “We generally host bi-annual roundtables where participants have an opportunity to network with their peers and identify and discuss key trends and issues in the industry,” he continued. Previous roundtable discussions have included: Profit from the Core, Beyond the Core; Pay on Scan; Doing Business with China; and Mergers and Acquisitions in the Automotive Aftermarket.

_______________________________________

Click here to view the rest of today’s headlines.

You May Also Like

Maryland Teamsters Call for Passage of HB 1447

The legislation would protect middle-class jobs and motorist safety, according to the International Brotherhood of Teamsters.

Maryland Teamsters Call for Passage of HB 1447

Members of Teamsters Locals 570, 639, and 922 testified before the Maryland House of Delegates to call for the passage of House Bill 1447 (HB 1447), legislation that would require a human operator in large commercial vehicles. Similar legislation has been introduced in California, Iowa, Indiana, and New York this year.

Beyond the safety aspect, the legislation would protect middle-class jobs, according to the International Brotherhood of Teamsters.

$78B Pro-Business Tax Bill Passes House, Awaits Senate

The bill aims to reinstate tax incentives for R&D and small business investments, along with other measures.

MANN+HUMMEL NA Aftermarket Shows Right to Repair Support

Representatives from MANN+HUMMEL’s North American aftermarket brands recently visited Capitol Hill to express their support for H.R. 906.

MEMA Issues Statement on Tax Relief for Working Families Act

This measure contains the restoration of one year deductibility of research and development expenses, a key legislative priority for the association.

SEMA Urges Members to Support Tax Relief Bill

The Tax Relief for American Families and Workers Act of 2024 benefits specialty automotive aftermarket businesses, according to SEMA.

SEMA Action Network

Other Posts

ASA Endorses Bipartisan Tax Framework

The Automotive Service Association says the legislation is beneficial for independent automotive repair businesses.

Industry Partners Urge Congress to Pass R&D Deductibility Fix

“Congress must restore this tax provision to enhance U.S. competitiveness, job creation and innovation as soon as possible,” said Ann Wilson, MEMA’s executive vice president of government affairs.

Legislators Challenge Vehicle Data Access ‘Double Standard’

Rep. Marie Gluesenkamp Pérez joined other legislators in sending a letter to NHTSA about proposed guidance for implementing the Massachusetts Right to Repair law.

House Passes Bill to Stop EPA Emissions Mandate

The U.S. House passed the “Choice in Automobile Retail Sales (CARS) Act” (H.R. 4468) with bipartisan support.

Opposition Grows for California’s Mandate Banning New Gas-Powered Vehicle Sales