How Alcohol Producers Can Benefit from the R&D Tax Credit

Start time:
February 21, 2018 11:00 AM PST
1 hour
Kelly Walsh, Moss Adams, 949-623-4196.
Cost to attend:

In this webcast, we’ll provide an overview of the R&D tax credit for the wine, beer, and spirits industries. We’ll discuss research credit benefits, the changing landscape of the credit, and the importance of maintaining the documentation needed to support your credit.



Travis Riley, Senior Manager, R&D Tax Services, Moss Adams

Travis has provided research tax credit studies to companies claiming R&D credits since 2006. He is a leader in the firm’s R&D practice in California, helping both wine, beer, and spirits companies and business owners successfully apply for the credit.

Andrew Stolle, Senior, R&D Tax Services, Moss Adams

Andrew has worked in public accounting since 2014 and is a member of the R&D Tax Services practice. Prior to joining Moss Adams, he worked as an accounting analyst for a multinational technology company and performed R&D tax credit work for a regional accounting firm in the Midwest. Andrew assists clients in reducing tax liabilities in a wide range of industries and specializes in software/technology, manufacturing, and agribusiness.

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CPE Information

Program Level:
Taxes: 1
Delivery Method:
Learning Objectives:
After completing this training, participants will be able to summarize the Four Part Test that research activities are require to meet in order to qualify for the credit, apply the Four Part Test to activities commonly undertaken in the wine, beer, and spirits industries, collect and analyze documentation require to support the credit, and list the types of costs eligible for the research credit.
Advanced Preparation:
Target Audience:
CEOs and other C-level Executives, Controllers, Directors, Internal Accountants, Managers, Presidents/VPs, and Treasurers.
Refund Policy:

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