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Hello fellow ADI members!

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

Tuthilltown Spirits is seeking a full time compliance and production database manager with a strong background in Quickbooks. This is not a traditional bookkeeping or accounting job; the position will involve learning how we use Quickbooks as a production management system and overseeing all data as it relates to State and Federal regulatory/compliance. The job requires learning TTB and State Liquor Authority regulations and taking responsibility for ensuring that all aspects of production are compliant with these regulations. Applicants must be comfortable working in a rustic, farm distillery environment.

Those interested in the position may email a resume and cover letter to info@tuthilltown.com

Thank you,

Cathy Erenzo

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Why did the theme from the Jeffersons play in my head when I read this job posting?

Keep up the great work, Tuthilltown.....

I was thinking more along the lines of "Green Acres". Good job and hope you get a good one. We use Quick Books and Quick Books Point of sale here. Good programs. Have fun, Coop

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Congrats Tuthilltown.

We use quickbooks too (manufacturing version), and could use some help reconciling things once in a while. Not enough work for an employee.

I think there is an opportunity for an accountant to become familiar with how a distillery needs to keep their books (what is expensed, current asset, fixed assets, etc etc) and offer their services on an hourly basis to multiple micro-distillers.

While I would prefer to work with somebody locally, I bet that an accountant (familiar with quickbooks and distilleries) could really improve things for me working remotely from another state.

Would others be interested in working with a specialist remotely, if I can get an accountant intersted? Or does somebody have a good person they are using now?

Tom

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I'm a QB hater. I know my QB was for the Mac and it wasn't as up to date as the PB version when I got it. I couldn't get the manufacturing version for the Mac at the time I was looking for software. But I quickly got tired of entering everything in my checkbook and then entering it again in QB, and my checkbook always balanced, and I could never get QB to balance. I got so tired of cursing and yelling at QB that I gave up on it. Except for printing invoices and recording that payment has been received. Everything else I do with spreadsheets.

Since distilling is a manufacturing business, so an accountant that understands that business would seem to me to be able to understand distilling.

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Congrats Tuthilltown.

We use quickbooks too (manufacturing version), and could use some help reconciling things once in a while. Not enough work for an employee.

I think there is an opportunity for an accountant to become familiar with how a distillery needs to keep their books (what is expensed, current asset, fixed assets, etc etc) and offer their services on an hourly basis to multiple micro-distillers.

While I would prefer to work with somebody locally, I bet that an accountant (familiar with quickbooks and distilleries) could really improve things for me working remotely from another state.

Would others be interested in working with a specialist remotely, if I can get an accountant intersted? Or does somebody have a good person they are using now?

Tom

I would be happy to help you out with the remote accounting. I provide cfo services like you've described to businesses on a part-time basis so they don't have to pay someone full-time. In addition to being a licensed CPA, I have six years of Controller and CFO experience at one of the large craft breweries. If interested please Email me

-Rich

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