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Federal COVID-19 Regulatory Updates

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KPA breaks down new COVID-19 federal regulations, including a tax deadline extension, and more.
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OSHA’s Top 5 Most Frequently Cited Violations for Dealers and Repair Shops

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Are you doing enough to avoid the most common OSHA citations for automotive dealerships and repair shops? Here’s what you need to look out for.
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OSHA Wiring and Electrical Safety: What You Need to Know

Dealers
Electrical issues related to wiring are one of the most dangerous workplace hazards—and one of the most common OSHA violations. Here’s what you need to know.
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Dealerships Win Big in Military Lending Act Victory

Dealers F&I Compliance
Last week, the US Department of Defense announced it would withdraw Q&A 2 from its December 2017 Interpretive Rule about the Military Lending Act (MLA).
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How to Steal a Car in 2020

Dealers F&I Compliance
Car thieves are waltzing into F&I offices, presenting bogus ID and loan documents, and defrauding dealers before any employee has a chance to catch on.
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CFPB Clarifies Abuse of Rules and Eases Penalties

Dealers F&I Compliance
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is making it clear to dealers what it considers bad business. So, how does this apply to you?
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Dealer, Don’t Review Thyself

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Businesses that pay for favorable reviews or buy social media followers are facing escalating pressure—not to mention hefty fines—from the FTC.
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NADA 2020: What We’re Looking Forward To

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The 2020 National Automobile Dealers Association Show is days away, and we couldn’t be more excited. The expo is the auto industry’s biggest annual event, bringing together dealers, vendors, and expert speakers from all over the world. And this year’s NADA Show looks to be the biggest one yet, with more than 650,000 square feet […]
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The IRS, the DOJ, and Floorplan Lenders Are Paying Attention to Form 8300—Are You?

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By failing to report a cash payment of $10,000 or more with Form 8300, a dealer takes on serious legal risks, including the possibility of criminal prosecution.
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