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Buds, Brews & Bets Summit - Virtual

Tuesday, October 27, 2020 8:30am - 4:25pm

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Pandemic Update: With all the changes this pandemic has brought, we understand you may have questions and concerns regarding continuing education offered by the Society. The safety of our attendees, discussion leaders and staff is always top of mind and our number one priority is to continue offering CPE options as safely as possible with the same quality and quantity you have come to expect. Please visit our Pandemic and OSCPA CPE: What to Expect page for more information.

Oklahoma is home to niche, rapidly-growing industries that rely heavily on CPAs for compliance, growth and advice. If you are interested in exploring the cannabis, alcohol and gaming industries, this is the event for you! Come learn with us at this year's BRAND NEW Virtual Buds, Brews & Bets Summit!

Our Virtual Buds, Brews & Bets Summit is recommended for eight hours of CPE and will cover the following topics:

  • Representing Clients in Cannabis Accounting  
  • Accounting for the Gaming Industry
  • Accounting for the Alcoholic Beverage Industry
  • Ethical Considerations for Buds, Brews & Bets



Designed For

CPAs in industry and public accounting

Your Price: $299.00

This is your base price and does not reflect any additional session fees, optional add-ons, or guest registrations.

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Tuesday, October 27, 2020

8:30am - 10:10am

Legalized cannabis is one of the fastest growing industries in the U.S., and due to its risky nature, it's also one of the toughest industries to do business. From seed to sale, clients need help with complex tax and accounting issues from qualified professionals they can trust.

  • Receive an update on issues affecting the cannabis accounting industry.
  • Learn best practices on how to build strong, lasting relationships with your clients.
Credits: Specialized Knowledge 2
10:25am - 12:05pm

The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically changed the landscape of the alcohol industry, and industry professionals need your help more than ever. This session will focus on COGS for wineries.

  • Understand accounting for the cost of making and selling wine.
  • Learn relevant accounting basics and strategies to categorize various production costs for wineries.
  • Learn the process of setting up a COGS system for wineries.
Credits: Accounting 2
12:50pm - 2:30pm

Oklahoma's casino and gaming industry took a huge hit during recent shutdowns. In this session you will learn how some of the most unique accounting issues found in this industry will change as the economy continues to reopen.

  • Receive an update on the issues affecting the casino and gaming industry.
  • Understand the impacts of recently issued GASB pronouncements on governmental and tribal casinos.
  • Describe how certain GASB pronouncements may impact specific accounting scenarios on casinos operating in Oklahoma.
Credits: Accounting 2
2:45pm - 4:25pm

A healthy set of laws is necessary to help regulate ethics related to cannabis and gambling, but these standards don't cover all of the gray areas. This presentation with  industry professionals will discuss common ethical predicaments and how to avoid them.

  • Understand why ethics are critical to success in these three industries.
  • Strengthen your foundation for ethical decision-making.

This session meets the Oklahoma Accountancy Board ethics requirement for CPAs.

Credits: Behavioral Ethics 2


Jeffrey A. Frable

Jeff Frable, CPA, is a partner at CCK Strategies. His major areas of practice include: small business organization and strategic planning; income tax consultation; audit and financial accounting services; and general business and non-profit organization consultation.

Frable has technical expertise in aligning small business with strategic and proactive tax planning and general business and non-profit consultation. He joined CCK Strategies in 1999 and has played a key role in developing a firm culture resulting in growth from seven employees to more than 100. Frable is a past president of the OSCPA and was the 54th inductee to the Oklahoma Accounting Hall of Fame in 2013.

Steven J. Haaser

S. Joel Haaser, CPA, has approximately 20 years of experience providing audit services to governmental entities, including component units and a variety of Single Audits performed under Uniform Guidance on behalf of numerous federal agencies. In addition to leading the firm’s tribal government practice, he serves in key engagement roles for a number of the Midwest’s largest municipalities and tribal governments and casinos, and business enterprises.

Kevin D. Huddleston

Kevin Huddleston, CPA, is a Partner at Finley & Cook specializing in Native American Tribes and Non-Profit Organizations. He has dedicated 14 years to the Finley & Cook and became a partner in 2013. Previously, Kevin served as Controller in Gaming and Banking operations in Oklahoma and has more than 30 years’ experience with auditing and accounting for various organizations. He graduatied from East Central University in 1986 with a Bachelors of Science degree in accounting. As a Certified Public Accountant since 1990, he is a member of the Oklahoma Society of Certified Public Accountants (OSCPA) and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA). He also serves on several community and not for profit boards.

Andrue Ott

Andrue Ott is a life-long Washingtonian rooted in the fertile Columbia Basin with a front row view of its booming wine industry. He worked his first bottling line at age 12 and has had a hand in every step of the process from pick to bottle, warehouse to shelf, and tasting room to board room since then. He has a particular penchant for inventory management and related compliance reporting. Ott earned an undergraduate degree at Gonzaga University and has worn many different hats in managing business operations for established wineries as well as brand new license holders in the cannabis industry. He joined Moss Adams in 2017 and provides a suite of outsourced financial services geared toward growing businesses with a focus on alcohol related excise and general sales tax compliance. He recently succumbed to the pressures of quarantine and is rearing a 5-month old puppy (Aussie Poodle) and has had NO free time but enjoys 90% of “puppy life” so far and that’s a decent trade.

Jeffery D. Trevillion

Jeffery D. Trevillion, Jr., CPA, JD, is an experienced trial lawyer and a certified public accountant, which strikes a specialized balance between transactional work and litigation. His practice focuses on developing comprehensive strategies for clients facing civil and criminal tax controversies, litigation, federal criminal defense and clients that are in highly regulated industries. Trevillion's practice also focuses on solving clients’ most difficult legal and regulatory tax challenges, whether in the context of civil, criminal or parallel proceedings.

Trevillion routinely represents clients before the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), U.S. Attorney’s Offices, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), Oklahoma Tax Commission, State Attorney General and other law enforcement and regulatory agencies. He can litigate in every U.S. federal court having jurisdiction over civil and criminal tax enforcement matters. He also has former experience in government, the Fortune 500 private sector and in public accounting.

Trevillion is regarded as a respected and trusted legal advisor by the Oklahoma legal community. He has served on the board of directors or as a trustee for the following organizations: the Oklahoma Bar Foundation, Oklahoma County Bar Foundation, the Oklahoma City Association of Black Lawyers and the OBA Young Lawyers Division. He has also assisted lawyers and accountants in tax, ethics and compliance issues.

He is a Partner at Doerner Saunders Daniel & Anderson, LLP and lives in Oklahoma City with his wife and children.

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