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Jan. 11, 2022

How to Legally Beat 280E While Still Protecting Your Cannabusiness

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If you've been in the cannabis industry for any amount of time and have a business that touches the plant in any way, you likely already know about Internal Revenue Code Section 280E, uggh.

So, this week we’re gonna get down and gritty with this most frustrating, most impactful, and most misunderstood aspect of accounting and finance for cannabis companies: the dreaded 280E. But, don't worry.

In this episode, Chip will discuss the background behind it, demystify things, and give you the roadmap for how to legally "beat" IRC 280E.

Plus, we've got our "News of The Day" segment.

What to listen to next:
Episode 07 - How to Build and Sell Your Cannabusiness Like A Boss
Episode 10 - The 5 Things You Absolutely Must Do Before You Even Think About Selling Your Company

Want to "beat" 280E, send an e-mail to chip@thegreenleafcpa.com with "280E" in the subject line and let's discuss how to do it the right way.

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