Rachel Gillette

Chair of the Cannabis Law practice at Greenspoon Marder
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  • I think they understand how silly it is. It’s this big mess.

    26 July 2019
  • We all understand that the problem with taxation of cannabis businesses is primarily 280E, which is a very punitive tax provision of the Internal Revenue Code, which essentially punishes cannabis businesses with much higher tax rates as a result of them being engaged in “trafficking of a Schedule I controlled substance.” Now, over the years, I’ve seen many different kinds of recommendations by CPAs, attorneys, financial advisers, etc., that seek to minimize the tax effects of 280E.

    26 July 2019
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