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How Can Cannabis Companies Maximize the Tax Deduction for Business Expenses? by Lewis Taub, CPA


Posted on June 24, 2019 by Lewis Taub

Despite the legalization of cannabis on a state-by-state basis, federal tax laws continue to limit the availability of certain tax benefits for businesses engaged in cannabis production and sales. Yet, with advance planning and analysis, cannabis companies and their investors have an opportunity to maximize their tax savings while maintaining compliance with federal laws. Federal […]

Tax Implications of Florida’s 2019 Legislative Session by Karen A. Lake, CPA


Posted on June 19, 2019 by Karen Lake

The Florida legislature recently passed a $91.1 billion budget for 2019 that provides some significant wins for individuals and business taxpayers located in the state while failing to address the remote and online sales tax collection issue created by the Supreme Court’s June 2018 decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair. Here are the details. Reduced […]

The Law Governing Admissibility of Expert Witness Testimony in Florida – It’s Back to Daubert! by Richard S. Fechter, JD, CFE, CAMS


Posted on June 03, 2019 by Richard Fechter

The Florida Supreme Court issued a per curiam opinion on May 23, 2019, reversing its decision seven months earlier in Delisle v. Crane, (Case No. SC16-2182) concerning Florida Statute Section 90.702 and the admissibility of expert witness testimony in the state. The court made a complete about face, rejecting the less rigorous Frye standard established […]

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