NADA offering compliance help, Wescott says.
When the Supreme Court upheld the Affordable Care Act, the National Automobile Dealers Assn. called it a “flawed law.” Regardless, the act now is the law of the land, says NADA Chairman David Westcott. So, NADA is helping dealerships comply with it. The trade group is holding workshops on various aspects of the health-care law, but it is complicated. Dealers may need to seek outside help. “There is no one solution that fits all,” says ...
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