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Cannabis CEO's -

I've found the accounting function to sometimes be lacking at many cannabis companies. Many I've met have a "world class grow", or a "world class lab", or a "world class shop", but very few are building a "world class company", and in this competitive landscape, those will be the winners.

Ask yourself these questions:

1- Does your current accountant/bookkeeper "really" understand 280e?
2- Do they know how to do correct cost accounting?
3- Do they understand your entity structure and the relative cost allocations?
4- Are you really maxing out on every single deduction you can possibly take?
5- IS YOUR ACCOUNTANT OR TAX PERSON SOMEONE WHO HAS WORKED INSIDE THE INDUSTRY AND SPECIALIZES IN CANNABIS?

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And by the way, the answer to the question is: The M1 280e adjustment of less than 20% on the tax return is the number we're finding that will trigger an audit.
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