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Month: November 2020

  • What does New Jersey’s marijuana vote mean to me?

    Seven out of ten New Jersey voters this month affirmed that we must decriminalize marijuana. The state’s Attorney General quickly announced that all marijuana prosecutions are paused while we wait for cannabis industry legislation. Now the state government is scrambling to find ways to generate massive amounts of tax revenue from the drug. Much regulation…

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  • Cannabis programming in New Jersey

    The New Jersey Society of CPAs is moving at a rapid pace following passage of the legalization referendum on November 5 There are wide drugstores on the use of these signs in Australia DROs, CDRO Customs. Use of in the Pharmaceutical, inspections other as US and New visit about the guidance of common impact of…

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  • Tax Change Needed to Level the Playing Field for Small Businesses, Minorities and Women in Cannabis Marketplace  

    This statement was released 11/5/2020 by Ralph Albert Thomas, CPA (DC), CGMA, CEO and Executive Director New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants. “On Tuesday, New Jersey voters approved a constitutional amendment to legalize cannabis. That was just step one in allowing cannabis sales to proceed in New Jersey. Steps two and three will be the…

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  • What does New Jersey’s pot vote mean to me right now?

    Going forward, cannabis will primarily be a revenue issue and not so much a criminal issue in New Jersey. But what does that mean to the individual user or the spiriting cannabis small business entrepreneur right now? A logical concerned person needs a way to help guide their immediate actions and decisions in the uncertain…

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