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Concannon Miller CPAs to Teach Brewers to Think Like a CFO

Posted by Concannon Miller on Aug 30, 2017 8:00:00 AM

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brewers_graphic-2016.pngConcannon Miller CPAs will advise brewers on how best to grow their business at the 3rd annual Brewers of Pennsylvania’s Mid Atlantic Brewers’ Symposium.

The firm’s “Think Like a CFO” presentation will cover cash management, how to access capital, tax strategies and growth planning.

“Advanced financial planning can really make a difference in the success of a brewery,” says Andrew Desiderio, CPA, head of Concannon Miller’s craft beverages niche. “We’re pleased to be able to present tax and financial tips and advice that can boost a brewery’s bottom line.”

Concannon Miller has worked with brewers for 22 years and with manufacturers in various industries since the 1960s. The firm also is a Brewers of Pennsylvania member.

The Brewers of Pennsylvania’s Mid Atlantic Brewers’ Symposium is being held Sept. 8 at The Penn Stater Hotel and Conference Center.

Concannon Miller also presented at last year’s symposium, offering tax tips for brewers. Those tips can be found here

Follow Andrew Desiderio on Twitter at @BrewersCPA and learn more about our services for brewers in this Weyerbacher Brewing Co. Case Study.

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