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Essential Executive Seminars

CED Magazine, December 2008

Article Date: 12-01-2008
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Essential Executive Seminars Take your pick from highly relevant, business-critical topics at AED's Annual Meeting & CONDEX Jan. 14-17.Do you wish you had your exit strategy figured out but don’t know where to start? Would you like to find out how to reduce break-even in a down economy? AED offers dealer executives four seminars on pressing issues affecting business today – lawsuit protection, exit strategy planning, tax planning and sexual harassment awareness. The executive seminars are set for Friday, Jan. 16 during AED’s Annual Meeting & CONDEX in San Diego.
Executives will have the opportunity to choose from concurrent seminars that most closely fit their business needs.
AED’s Annual Meeting & CONDEX is the only show dedicated to the construction equipment industry. For more information or to register, visit www.aednet.org/am.
Executive Level Seminars,
Friday, Jan. 16 in San Diego:
Take Your Pick – I
8 to 9:30 a.m. Concurrent SeminarsLawsuit Protection and Tax Strategies
G. Kent Mangelson, CFP, Author, Senior Advisor, American Society for Asset Protection (ASAP)
How can you protect 100 percent of your professional and personal assets from lawsuits? And, do you know how to legally save up to 40 percent on your income taxes each year? Learn the answer to these questions and many other serious legal, tax and estate planning insights – that most business advisors are unaware of. G. Kent “GK” Mangelson is a lawsuit protection and tax reduction strategy expert. He has more than 30 years of experience as a top asset protection advisor.
Expanding Your Business Success Plan to Include Your Exit Strategy
Jerry Stanford, Director of Sales, Specialty Markets, Sentry Insurance. The vast majority of business owners spend 99 percent of their time on the day-to-day success and minimal if any on their future. This session will touch on planning for management and ownership transition if the unexpected happens.
It will also concentrate on strategies to maximize your ability to retire at the lifestyle you deserve.
Jerry Stanford is a director for Sentry Insurance and has spent the last 15 years helping hundreds of business owners across the U.S. structure their formal and nonqualified benefit programs.
Executive Level Seminars,
Friday, Jan. 16:

Take Your Pick – II
3 to 4:30 p.m. Concurrent Seminars
Annual Tax and Financial Update
with Garry Bartecki, AED vice president, Finance, and featured guests
This year’s session will summarize the highly respected AED CFO Conference agenda.
Topics include:
  • Tax update – IRS hot buttons
  • AED’s new dealer management simulation “game”
  • New international accounting standards and your dealership
  • Steps to reduce break-even in a down economy
  • A financial comparison of rent-to-rent and rent-to-sell transactions
Sexual Harassment Federal Law
John P. Boggs, Esq., Fine, Boggs & Perkins LLP
Sponsored by ADP
Sexual harassment continues to grow as a major liability for employers, especially dealerships in a high-turnover industry. Employers need to know how to prevent sexual harassment, identify it in the workplace and take prompt action to remedy the situation when it occurs. John Boggs advises clients on a wide variety of employment issues and has assisted employers in developing, implementing and analyzing employee handbooks, and personnel policies such as anti-harassment policies, and proper discipline and discharge procedures.
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