In a recent feature on cpatrendlines.com, Andrew Hunzicker provides five reason why accountants should serve cannabis clients. There are many reasons that accountants, bookkeepers, and CPAs are launching their own cannabis firms, and some of these might apply to you as well.
Naomi Granger, CPA, MBA, co-founder of Dope CFO, has been recently featured on elevatednation.com. In the article, Granger discusses why well-trained accountants are the missing piece in helping cannabis companies conquer the complex obstacles with tax laws and ultimately stay in business.
The ladies of cannabis are crushing it lately, and DOPE CFO's very own Naomi Granger has been featured on GreenMarketReport.com!
DOPE CFO was recently featured on AccountingToday.com. Many businesses face challenging hurdles due to the complex IRS tax penalties. DOPE CFO aims to help educate cannabis businesses in the form of instructions, templates and libraries of documents about legal, tax, accounting and cannabis industry-specific issues.
In an interview with Going Concern, DOPE CFO founders Andrew Hunzicker, CPA, and Naomi Granger, CPA, explain what common cannabis accounting mistakes CEOs make and why the industry presents a huge opportunity for accounting professionals.
With an influx of new businesses in the cannabis space, it is easy to get caught up in the opportunity that this burgeoning market brings. As marijuana makes it’s transition from a street drug to a medicinal substance used in various treatments, to a state-legal - yet Federally classified Schedule I drug, some investors and CEOs are making the crucial mistake of not treating their investments as businesses.
Here are some common missteps that canna-business startups can avoid, and protect their investments.
In a recent article by DOPE CFO's Andrew Hunzicker, he shares five secrets to launching a cannabis accounting firm.
"To succeed in an accounting business in the booming cannabis niche, firms must be able to deliver real value to clients."