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This is the key section of the IRS code that has to be applied long before 280E occurs.They are hand-in-hand, but without IRC (Internal Revenue Code) 471-11 or 471-3, for a cultivator or dispensary, respectively, 280E may end up with more taxes than if 471 was not applied, ornot applied correctly.
If you have many dispensaries or cultivation sites, there is value in setting up a parent or holding company and having those separate businesses and locations in their respective legal entities and having a management company has legal and tax merit.
Since I have also worked on commodity pricing strategies, traded commodities and energy, and managed the price fluctuation for mega-billion dollarcorporations down to $2 million dollar businesses, I would like to share some basic thoughts.
The onerous taxes officially known as the Internal Revenue Code (IRC) 280E adds another layer of challenge to creating a successful cannabis business.When 280E is clearly understood, many realize the delusions of this supposed get-rich industry called cannabis. They quickly realize they were not being realistic.