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Feb 20, 2019

Loughman Case Illustrates Potential Impact of Entity Choice on Income Tax Liability for Cannabusinesses

Recognition of Internal Revenue Code (“I.R.C.”) § 280E and its potential to limit deductions can have a material impact on the ongoing operation of a cannabusiness.  While operational concerns require attention, improper tax classification of an entity can result in unnecessary additional tax being owed.  In Loughman v. Commissioner, T.C. Memo 2018-85, the United States…

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Feb 14, 2019

Section 280E Remains a Problem for Maryland Cannabusinesses: How to Minimize Taxable Income through Proper Classification of Business Costs

The Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission (“the MMCC”) recently reported to the Maryland legislature on “the deleterious effects of the federal tax code on medical cannabis businesses.[1]”  As stated in its report, I.R.C. § 280E creates significant additional tax costs not faced by other industries and limits the industry’s ability to offer discounted supply to veterans…

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Feb 12, 2019

Recent Report from Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission on Compassionate Use Fund Highlights Disparate Tax Treatment of Cannabusinesses

In a December 2018 letter to Governor Hogan, the President of the Senate, and the Speaker of the House, the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission (“MMCC”) discussed plans to fund the Compassionate Use Fund.[1]  As medical cannabis is categorized as a Schedule I drug and is not recognized for medical use by the federal government (more…

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