Even as they are operating in a challenging environment where customers and employees are staying home and the rules of operation change every day, auto dealers across the country are pitching in and doing their best to help their communities weather the pandemic.
In this period of enormous economic strain, knowing the new tools that the IRS provides is the first step to a manageable and successful tax season.
NADA’s First Dealership Lifeline Webinar Series Program Offers Dealers Insights on SBA Paycheck Protection Program
To help navigate the PPP process and provide insights on what the new PPP means for small businesses, including dealers, NADA hosted a webinar on Wednesday, April 1.
You’ve managed to keep your doors open, keep employees on the payroll, and to service the customers who are coming through your doors. Then the unthinkable happens…
As Congress is poised to pass a historic $2 trillion stimulus package to address the impact of the escalating COVID-19 health crisis, America’s auto dealerships continue to work through the challenges of operating during the coronavirus pandemic.
As dealers are maneuvering their operations and adapting to the state of business stemming from the coronavirus, NADA has a number of resources to support dealers along the way.
Dealer Groups, ATD, Alliance for Automotive Innovation Urge Trump to Clarify Auto, Truck Sales as Essential
The ability to provide replacement cars and trucks in response to any number of scenarios will be vital to ensuring that those in need of reliable personal transportation continue to have access to it, the groups said, stressing that franchised car and truck dealers recognize the need to conduct even limited sales and leasing activities in manner that protects the general public, our customers and our employees.
From increased sanitizing and cleaning to maintaining social distancing, auto dealerships are doing everything they can to keep their customers, employees and communities safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The new law provides certain eligible employees with potential coronavirus-related emergency paid sick leave, emergency family and medical leave, and expanded unemployment insurance.