AICPA & CIMA Cannabis Industry Conference

Dec 7, 2020 ‐ Dec 8, 2020


AICPA and CIMA introduce a new learning conference with area of focus covering the rapidly growing multi-billion dollar Cannabis industry. With more states across the US, and countries worldwide, legalizing this controlled substance for medical and recreational use; CPA’s will have more clients investing or expanding their business into this sector, and need to be prepared for the complex ever-changing requirements.

Whether you are already working in this sector, or looking to expand into it, this conference offers a variety of sessions over four 2 days covering key industry news and insights, including taxation in the US and Canada – an update from the IRS and specific sessions covering entity selection 280E. Gain an understanding of how to audit or build a Cannabis practice; become aware of the risks and the opportunities available in becoming a specialist in this subject.

Ask your questions directly to industry experts, attorneys, corporations and business owners. Like the tech bubble, the Cannabis sector is a fast-paced business ahead of legislation; offering CPA’s the opportunity to support their clients immediately and to , prepare them for for and shape the future.

AICPA Staff recommendations:

  • Cannabis 101
  • Cannabis vs. Hemp vs. CBD
  • Seed to Sale
  • Responsibilities for practitioners, ethical considerations
  • Building Cannabis practice
  • Entity Selection, 280E 199 Tax Reform Alternative healthcare case
  • IP session
  • Risks to consider

Who will be there:

  • Cannabis industry experts
  • CPAs
  • Attorneys
  • Tax advisers
  • Peers experienced and inexperienced with the sector

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