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Sonoma State Offers Two New Seminars on Vineyard and Winery Taxation

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Sonoma State UniversityRohnert Park, CA (June 8, 2015) – Sonoma State University’s Wine Business Institute will offer two new seminars during their week-long Summer Seminar Intensive, June 22nd – 26th.  The new seminars, Vineyard Taxation and Winery Taxation, will replace a previous seminar that combined taxation basics for wineries and vineyards in one session and will take a deeper look at various taxation principals and best practices as they relate specifically to vineyards and wineries, in two separate 4 hour sessions.

The two seminars will be presented by a team of Senior Managers from Moss Adams LLP who specialize in taxation for vineyards and wineries. The Vineyard Taxation seminar will cover tax accounting for vineyards from the development phase through production as well as many of the special farming provisions, tax elections and vineyard depreciation methods. The Winery Taxation seminar will cover various tax strategies for inventory costing, selection of accounting methods, depreciation and other unique taxation rules and planning opportunities available to winery owners and management teams.

Both are elective seminars that can be combined with core seminars to earn the Wine Industry Finance & Accounting Certificate or the Direct to Consumer Certificate and can be used to earn Continuing Education Units for CPA licensure.  For more information or to register for the seminars and certificate programs offered through Sonoma State University’s Wine Business Institute visit www.sonoma.edu/winebiz or contact Erin Ringstad, [email protected] or 707-664-3235.

About Sonoma State University’s Wine Business Institute:

Sonoma State University’s Wine Business Institute is located in the heart of California wine country and was created through a public-private partnership between the University and the wine industry. It offers a B.S. with a concentration in wine business strategies (since 1998), an MBA with an emphasis in wine business (since 2008), and an executive MBA in wine business (since 2012).  In addition, seminars and an online Certificate in Wine Business Management prepare students and industry professionals on topics such as accounting and finance, wine sales and marketing. Its faculty members are published experts, active researchers, and requested presenters on pressing industry topics locally and around the world. The Wine Business Institute operates within Sonoma State’s School of Business and Economics, a fully accredited AACSB institution. Learn more at sonoma.edu/winebiz.

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