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Oregon Wine Industry Forum - Shared screen with speaker view
Jana McKamey
17:37
• $1.00 tax credit on the first 30,000 gallons removed• $0.90 tax credit on gallons 30,001 to 130,000• $0.535 on gallons 130,001 to 750,000• Sparkling wine qualifies for the above credits• ABV for the $1.07 per gall0n tax rate increased from 14% to 16% ABV• Increases the carbonation threshold in low alcohol wine (8.5% ABV or less) from .392 to .64 grams of CO2/10ml.
Michael McNally
48:54
In which Quarter did Revenues have to drop.
Nick Shepherd
49:12
any quarter of 2020
Michael McNally
49:36
Are 501c6 companies eligible?
Nick Shepherd
49:46
yes
Nick Shepherd
49:49
that's new for this round
Michael McNally
51:13
What is the time period for the average monthly payroll?
Donna Morris
52:50
Is the calculation for loan amount same as last time? 2.5 times payroll?
Mark Freund
54:24
yes, 2.5 times payroll
Elin Miller
01:06:14
Is the wine board the decision maker for when this tax is collected, based on these comments>
Tom Danowski
01:08:41
OLCC's tax collection procedures are in statute
Michael McNally
01:28:16
Nice design Robert!
Robert Hansen
01:28:31
Thanks
Christina DeArment, Oregon Wine Board
01:30:15
https://industry.oregonwine.org/news-and-media/oregon-wine-industry-forum/
Christina DeArment, Oregon Wine Board
01:30:20
Christina@oregonwine.org
Jess Willey - OWB
01:30:29
https://www.oregonwinesymposium.com/2021/begin
Michael McNally
01:30:31
Lots of great information Tom and OWB Team.
Jess Willey - OWB
01:30:38
Here's the current pricing.