How Distilleries Should Plan For The Future | DistilleryCFO

There is reason to believe that 2021 will be a good year for distilleries. Congress has made a temporary tax reduction permanent, and many distilleries are benefiting from changes in regulations that allow direct-to-consumer (DTC) shipping and cocktails-to-go. Furthermore, the EU has issued a four-month suspension on tariffs on American spirits. While the pandemic still […]

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Does My Business need a CFO?

Does this sound familiar? Your business is growing. Customers are buying what you’re selling. You should be ecstatic. But you can’t sleep at night. You feel like the business is out of control. Things should be rosy but it feels strained. The information you look at doesn’t make sense. You’re confused by the reports you […]

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What Has Gone Right in 2020

2020 hasn’t gone the way anyone expected, giving everyone plenty of reasons to worry and fret. But I thought for this year-end blog it might be good to focus on the positive rather than the negative. I think we could all use more of the former and less of the latter. I was mulling over […]

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Gratitude in 2020

Well, 2020 hasn’t gone the way anyone predicted. But for that reason, I think it’s all the more important to remember the things that have gone well. Here at KBSCFO, some things haven’t worked out, but many things have gone right this year. The more I think about it, the more I realize how many […]

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Announcing DistilleryCFO!

Did you know that KBS CFO has practice that specializes in working with distilleries? Powered by KBS CFO, DistilleryCFO (www.distillerycfo.com) focuses on the success, growth, and sustainability of distillery businesses. DistilleryCFO is a one-stop solution, addressing the financial and technological elements of running a distillery while providing the great service that KBS CFO is known […]

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Cash Infusions for Small Businesses

There are a lot of people offering a lot of useful—and not-so-useful—advice about weathering the storm created by COVID-19 and the economic downturn. They talk about marketing efforts, restructuring lease agreements and debt, or moving business online. You might be forgiven if you read such articles and think: “That’s all very well and good, but […]

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