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LIFO (Last-In, First-Out) is a widely-accepted inventory accounting used by large and small companies throughout the U.S. economy since 1938. Virtually every WSWA member company uses the LIFO method.
Any tax reform effort must be comprehensive in nature – taking into account changes to both personal and corporate tax rates. In recent years, there have been attempts to force most pass through entities – S corporations, partnerships, limited liability corporations, etc. – to become C corporations.
Congress should fully fund the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) at $111 million in FY 2017, including $5 million dedicated to trade practice enforcement.
Stay on the leading edge of change in the beverage-alcohol wholesale industry! Join us for: - Business Solutions - Educational sessions - Best practices - Latest technology - Networking opportunities This summit will help you with the most pressing issues in your business. Meet other distributors that have similar questions and can help provide solutions. For more information, contact Jo Moak or Emily Magram. Distributor Productivity Summit July 31 - August 1, 2017 La Cantera Resort, San Antonio Early Bird Price $550 *Ends April 30, 2017
The inaugural Women's Leadership Council (WLC) Conference will take place September 14-15 in Washington, D.C. This first-of-its-kind event is designed to connect current and future women leaders in the wholesale tier. This is a great opportunity to further educate, inspire and equip WSWA members to expand their role in the beverage alcohol industry. For more information, contact Kari Langerman or Catherine McDaniel. 2017 Brochure 2017 WLC Conference The Sofitel Washington, DC September 14-15, 2017
The annual Fall Membership Meeting (FMM) is WSWA’s primary annual governance meeting where Board members start determining next year’s agenda and provide direction on legislative, legal and regulatory matters. FMM also offers members the opportunity to network with fellow wholesalers and state association executives as well as engage with a host of interesting speakers. For more information, contact Kari Langerman. 2017 Fall Membership Meeting The Ritz-Carlton Washington, DC October 16-17, 2017
U.S.-Style Three Tier System Could Address Beverage Alcohol Challenges in U.K, WSWA Says
The nation’s nearly 6,000 wine and spirits wholesaler locations are the crucial part of the responsible and efficient distribution system that delivers adults the widest variety of products available anywhere in the world in a manner that controls access for of-age consumers, delivers tax revenue to local, state and federal governments, and ensures product safety and consumer protection.
The UK should consider adopting a similar structure to the US' three-tier alcohol system to tackle alcohol duty fraud, a trade group has recommended.
The Wine & Spirits Wholesalers of America (WSWA) has launched a new educational, networking and professional development group designed for and led by senior wholesaler executives and employees from around the country—the WSWA Women’s Leadership Council.
Wine & Spirits Wholesalers of America (WSWA) President and CEO Craig Wolf today issued the below statement following a recent Illinois court ruling that reinforced the constitutionality and important societal benefits of the three-tier system of beverage alcohol regulation.
Yesterday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, in a 10-1 en banc panel decision, reinforced the legitimacy of the three-tier system of distribution and state authority under the Twenty-first Amendment to enforce tied-house laws protecting against vertical integration of the beverage alcohol marketplace. The case was Retail Digital Network, LLC, v. Ramona Prieto. Wine & Spirits Wholesalers of America (WSWA) President and CEO Craig Wolf today commended the court’s decision.