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CPA's Capitalizing on Cannabis

CPA's Capitalizing on Cannabis


by Hugh Duffy

CPA's Capitalizing on Cannabis

The marijuana industry is fast-paced and legal in quite a few states.

Regardless of our personal views towards marijuana, the revenue opportunity is just too large for states to pass up.That aside, several CPA Firms have dipped their toe into the water. Most are using DBA's to avoid negative consequences to their base practice. Here are three cannabis niche websites that we have designed for CPA's that are throwing the welcome mat out for cannabis businesses that want to operate above board.

Texas Cannabis Hemp CBD CPA – While cannabis is illegal for recreational use, it's just a matter of time until things change. Heck, Texas used to have the harshest cannabis laws in the country prior to 1973.

Cannabis CPA Online (Massachusetts) – Cannabis is now legal in Massachusetts.

Growing Green CPAs (Michigan) - Cannabis is now legal in Michigan.

If you'd like to learn more, I've done several podcasts with a variety of CPA Firms and a Law Firm on this topic. Simply visit Accounting Marketing Doesn't Suck podcast to learn more.

Katye Maxson-Landis – CPA in Oregon – While her practice focuses on the marijuana industry, she is allergic and does not use.

Dope CFO – Firm that teaches accountants how to service cannabis industry.

Jennifer Domingue – Cannabis Legal Group – Law firm in Michigan focused on cannabis legal challenges.

If you'd like to venture in a little further, Build Your Firm can develop a cannabis niche website to generate some leads.

If you live in one of these progressive states, you know recreational marijuana can be sold in licensed dispensaries.

  • Alaska
  • California
  • Colorado
  • Maine
  • Massachusetts
  • Nevada
  • Oregon
  • Washington

The next round will be:

  • Illinois
  • Michigan
  • Vermont
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Hugh Duffy, BYF CEO and Co-Founder

Hugh is the consummate marketing coach for accountants and takes pride in the impact that it has on their practice, and lives. Hugh has more than thirty years of marketing experience. Since 2003, he has been teaching accountants on how to improve their marketing and make more money from their accounting practice.