Could an Obscure Tax Loophole Have “Dire Consequences” for Cannabis Businesses?
In March, the U.S. Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) issued a report with the scintillating title, “The Growth of the Marijuana Industry Warrants Increased Tax Compliance Efforts and Additional Guidance.” The report’s contents are as dry you'd expect....
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EXCLUSIVE: Herbl partner brands still waiting for payment
Three months after distributor Herbl ceased operations and went into receivership, its former partner brands are waiting for millions of dollars in payments."I'm not holding out much hope," Joshua Keats,...
SCOOP: Former face of Humo accuses brand of intimidation
In August, Latino-oriented California brand Humo sued its former marketing partner alleging that she engaged in a social media "campaign of retaliation" to tarnish the brand. Responding last week in...
Retailers resist Weedmaps’ price hike
Several SoCal customers pushed back on social media after learning that Weedmaps is shaking up the payment structure for its core advertising business.The company is best known as a Yelp-style directory...