Recorded: July 21, 2020
Length: 60 Minutes
Most farmers and businesses look at bottom line income when making decisions. But did you know that it can be more important to look at contribution margin when making these key decisions? This webinar explains what contribution margin is and how to incorporate it into your business process.
The purpose of this webinar is to set describe why financial institutions sponsor ESOPs and to discuss the various design alternatives to consider once an ESOP is fully matured. With respect to this latter point, we will discuss: (i) using the ESOP to create an internal liquid market for the trading of shares, (ii) ideas to help reduce the repurchase liability from a dollar perspective, and (iii) how to breathe fresh life (shares) into the ESOP in order to avoid a “have and have not” situation.
In today's environment it is important that community bank personnel understand the key elements and differences in regulations, consumer protections, and allocation of liability for fraudulent and unauthorized transactions. These differences dramatically affect customer rights, response time frames and liability exposure for the financial institution. This webinar explores the unique laws, rules, regulations, and private network or card association rules at play in various payment channels (check, debit, credit, ACH and wire) with respect to fraud, and will ensure participants leave with a better understanding of everything from ACH through zero liability.
IRAs, HSAs, and other tax favored accounts are constantly evolving—don't be left behind. Join our industry experts as they bring you up to date on recent proposed legislation, regulatory guidance that will affect your organization, and share important updates regarding the SECURE Act.
Recorded: May 5, 2020
Recorded: March 4, 2020
Recorded: October 15, 2020
Presenter: Kristen Ritter, TIB Bequeaith
Recorded: August 25, 2020
The renewed focus on closing the gender pay equity gap has caused many state and even local governments to re-examine and strengthen their laws. It's not just about salaries either—hiring practices, benefits, and a host of other actions can create liability for employers. This webinar examines compensation, pay discrepancies, evolving federal and state legislation, and compliance concerns.