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Concannon Miller CPAs to Offer Tax Tips at Brewers of Pennsylvania Symposium

Posted by Concannon Miller on Sep 27, 2016 10:26:01 AM

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brewers_graphic-2016.pngConcannon Miller CPAs will be offering tax tips especially for brewers at the Brewers of Pennsylvania’s Mid Atlantic Brewers’ Symposium.

Andrew Desiderio, who heads the firm’s craft brewing niche, and Denise Hozza, who has worked with brewers for eight years, will offer tips both for startups and established brewers. The symposium is Friday at the ArtsQuest Center at SteelStacks in Bethlehem.

“With the new Malt Beverage Tax Credit and the liquor modernization bill, it’s an exciting time to be a Pennsylvania brewer,” Desiderio said.

Concannon Miller has worked with brewers for 21 years and with manufacturers in various industries since the 1960s. The firm also is a Brewers of Pennsylvania member.

“It’s important to work with a CPA with industry experience so you don’t miss out on the many tax opportunities especially for brewers,” Hozza said.

Concannon Miller has a team dedicated to working with brewers and keeping on top of industry-specific legislation, trends and tax credits and deductions.

“We spend a substantial amount of time staying up on legislation and tax changes affecting the craft brewing industry to best benefit our clients,” Desiderio said.

Concannon Miller also has business clients in more than 40 states, providing a depth of knowledge on state tax policies for brewers that sell in multiple states.


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