Practical ideas for manufacturers and distributors

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NEWSLETTER: JULY 2020

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Practical ideas for manufacturers and distributors

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Auto suppliers will need better supply chain visibility

Middle market auto suppliers in the United States were already facing margin pressures and declining U.S. and global auto sales before the coronavirus pandemic hit. Now they must contend with even more daunting supply chain challenges. This article outlines why alternative sourcing plans are crucial.

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State tax exposure a concern for retooled PPE manufacturers

Retooling operations to create personal protective equipment, while crucial in fighting the spread of COVID-19, may also come with increased state and local tax exposure for manufacturers. Here are possible ramifications these businesses should be aware of.

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The worst may be over for the manufacturing sector, but industry remains cautious

Things have improved for the manufacturing sector compared to earlier in the pandemic, but RSM professionals urge caution as damage to the sector from more recent spikes in COVID-19 cases in some states is expected to appear in July industry sentiment surveys.

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RSM’s Joe Brusuelas decodes the Fed’s Main Street Lending Program

For many midsize firms, the Main Street Lending Program will level the playing field and enable companies to obtain financing that supports their reinvention, revitalization and recovery. In this blog and video, RSM’s top economist discusses details of the program.

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Helping companies manage through COVID-19

This is where you can find a roundup of services RSM offers to help businesses navigate the current environment.


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