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2022-2023 Andrew Goodman Scholarship Applications Now Open

2022-2023 Andrew Goodman Scholarship Applications Now Open

The Iowa-Nebraska Equipment Dealers Association (INEDA) has opened the application period for the 2022-2023 Andrew Goodman Scholarship Fund. The deadline to submit an application is April 15, 2022. INEDA is pleased to announce the availability of a limited number of Andrew Goodman Scholarships to help train current and potential Iowa and Nebraska equipment dealership employees…. Read More »

Gov. Reynolds Kicks-Off National Apprenticeship Week at Site of New Program in Nevada

NEVADA – Today, Gov. Kim Reynolds visited Van Wall Equipment in Nevada to highlight their new Farm Equipment Mechanic Registered Apprenticeship program and celebrate Registered Apprenticeship Appreciation and Awareness Week. Gov. Reynolds also signed a proclamation, recognizing the value of Registered Apprenticeship training and promoting expansion of these opportunities within the state. Iowans are encouraged… Read More »

EDA Announces New Board Chairman

ST. LOUIS, MO (October 24, 2019) – The Equipment Dealers Association (EDA) is proud to announce the election of their new Chairman of the Board, Ivan Dorhout.  Ivan has served on the Board of Directors since 2015 and was elected Vice Chairman in 2018.  Ivan is replacing Tom Rosztoczy and will serve two years as… Read More »

Equipment Dealers Win with New IRS Development

LOUIS, MO (September 17, 2019) – The Equipment Dealers Association praises the IRS’ final and proposed regulations that clarify bonus depreciation and interest expense for dealerships with floor plan financing. “To the extent that overall interest expense, including floorplan interest, is below 30% of adjusted taxable income, a dealership will be eligible to take 100%… Read More »

Deere to boost credit to African farmers

Deere (NYSE:DE) is looking to extend more credit to African farmers who have traditionally made purchases in cash amid a “dramatic shift” in mechanization as the continent seeks to boost food production. The company lends as much as $70M to individual African farmers, said Antois van der Westhuizen, financial director for sub-Saharan Africa. “The more we finance,… Read More »