Webinar: How to Increase Cash Flow in 2012

Join us for this free online presentation and interact with tax experts from WTP Advisors, a global, award-winning tax and business advisory services firm. WTP Advisors’ seasoned professionals, coupled with its cutting-edge technologies, make substantive and long-term differences to an organization’s profitability. This event is CPE eligible.

Date and time: Thursday, Sept. 22, 2011 8:00 am (Pacific Daylight Time)

Panelist(s) Info:
Ron Hodgeman — Like-Kind Exchange Practice Leader, WTP Advisors
Scott Davis — Executive Vice President, Business Development

Moderator: Chris Brown — Editor, Auto Rental News

Duration: 1 hour

Description: Don’t rely on the government. Create your own economic stimulus plan! Learn how you can increase cash flow by implementing a Like-Kind Exchange (LKE) Program.

• 100% Bonus depreciation expires at the end of this year - are you ready for the tax hit?
• Learn how car rental companies are generating significant cash flow with a simple and proven tax strategy called 1031 like-kind exchange (LKE)
• If you have not already implemented an LKE Program, learn why you are at a competitive disadvantage
• Not implementing an LKE Program is the equivalent of turning down an interest-free loan

WTP Exchange, the Like-Kind Exchange affiliate of WTP Advisors, is the only firm in the world to offer a fully-integrated LKE Program solution. In addition to its world-class software which was built on over 25 years of LKE Program experience, WTP Exchange provides LKE tax consulting services, and Qualified Intermediary (QI) services.
   
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www.autorentalnews.com/webinar/WTP

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