Explore Hot Tax Topics with Industry Experts

Track: Business Essentials & Innovations

Saturday, March 12, 2022 9:00 AM - Tuesday, June 14, 2022 10:00 AM

Room:

Location
W224

Presenters: Jay Goldman, Stephen Bedell, Dan Cheyney, Paul Metrey

Get a summary of — and compliance guidance on — the most significant federal income tax developments affecting franchised auto and truck dealers over the past year, including tax legislation, EV tax credits, LIFO recapture, and a range of other pressing issues.

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Jay Goldman
Presenter

Jay Goldman
Principal

Jay Goldman, CPA, is a principal in the dealership services group at Boyer & Ritter. He was previously the CFO of a large dealership group. Goldman is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), Maryland Association of Certified Public Accountants and Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants, and a former member of the AutoCPA Group and the AICPA Auto Dealer Conference Committee.

Stephen Bedell
Presenter

Stephen Bedell
Partner

Stephen Bedell has 25 years of experience working with Crowe clients, specializing in retail dealerships and their related ancillary operations. His experience includes providing tax services, business acquisition and divestiture consulting, business liquidation support, profitability analysis and planning, cost segregation analysis, state and local tax support, and personal tax planning.

Dan Cheyney
Presenter

Dan Cheyney
Automotive and Dealer Services National Practice Leader

The national practice leader of Moss Adams Automotive & Dealer Services Practice, Dan Cheyney has been in public accounting since 1996, working extensively with dealerships and their related entities and ownership groups. Prior to his career with Moss Adams, he served as the internal auditor of a local dealership group. Cheyney also serves on Moss Adams' tax committee and is deeply focused on the tax issues affecting the automotive industry.

Paul Metrey
Presenter

Paul Metrey
Vice President,

Paul Metrey is NADA's vice president, regulatory affairs, and chief regulatory counsel, financial services, privacy and tax. In this capacity, he represents dealer interests before, and educates dealers on regulations promulgated by, federal executive branch agencies that oversee dealer operations.