Cannabis Tax Attorney Jennifer Benda webinar: Marijuana Tax Issues & Reporting Requirements
Compliance with federal and state tax laws in the marijuana industry can be complicated. Gain a better understanding of current marijuana tax issues and reporting requirements.
This topic will educate those new to the marijuana industry about the tax issues faced by the industry including section 280E, current IRS enforcement measures, Form 8300 information reporting requirements, and other issues arising when preparing tax returns for marijuana companies and in dealing with the IRS.
- You will be able to recognize Form 8300 reporting issues.
- You will be able to describe inventory accounting issues.
- You will be able to discuss CHAMP issues.
- You will be able to review the background of Section 280E.
Presented by Hall Estill Tax Attorney Jennifer Benda. Jennifer is a former certified public accountant who focuses her practice on tax controversy, tax compliance and tax planning for clients with difficult and sophisticated tax issues. She has extensive experience handling cases involving IRS focused compliance regimes including for clients who invested in listed transactions, conservation easements, captive insurance arrangements, and clients who own marijuana businesses.
Jennifer's experience as a CPA makes her uniquely qualified to address the issues of the marijuana industry, which are a unique blend of accounting and legal considerations. She frequently counsels accountants faced with professional liability issues.