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California is the leading producer of fruits, vegetables, wine and nuts in the U.S., and dairy products contribute the largest single share of farm income in the state. A CPA's knowledge and experience can make a big difference in the business affairs of farmers. Whether from small or large farms, learn how to resolve complex tax, audit and operational challenges, as well as get current on economic trends, incentives and key tax and audit developments.
Wireless internet access, continental breakfast and plated lunch will be provided at this event and are included in your registration fee.
To be announced.
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General knowledge of accounting and tax. Experience in farming or agribusiness is helpful.
CPAs, CMAs and other financial professionals and attorneys working directly in farming and agribusiness.
Session details coming soon.
2233 Ventura Street, Fresno, California, 93721 & Webcast
2257 W. Shaw Avenue, Fresno, California 93711
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