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Knowledge is Power: What California Dispensaries Need to Know to be Successful in a Track and Trace World

Jan 21, 2019 1:27:17 PM / by Alyssa Schwartz posted in California, Cannabis Compliance, Cannabis Dispensary Software, cannabis software, compliance, Massachusetts, Metrc, METRC Integration, Michigan, Seed-to-Sale, traceability, Track-and-Trace

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Back in January of last year, California’s cannabis industry braced themselves as METRC’s 6-month emergency regulations took effect. Then, as July 1st neared, and the introductory window came to a close, the industry held their breath in anticipation of the state’s track and trace system (CCTT) coming online in full force. But instead of awarding operators with their permanent annual licenses as expected, the state decided to issue blanket extensions to all temporary license holders instead — and did this repeatedly until the end of 2018.

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Managing Excise-pectations: How ‘Distributor Type’ Effects Excise Tax Calculations at Checkout

Apr 23, 2018 2:59:00 PM / by Alyssa Schwartz posted in arms length transaction, California, cannabis, compliance, excise, non-arm's length transaction, retail, taxes

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So, here’s the deal.

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How Treez is Helping Retailers Implement California’s Utopian Vision of Cannabis Taxes [Part 2]

Feb 22, 2018 2:55:00 PM / by Barry Lai posted in California, cannabis, cannabis software, compliance, excise, taxes

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Setting the Bar Higher: Excise Tax Management

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Why Enforcing California’s Cannabis Excise Tax is Proving Harder Than Expected [Part 1]

Feb 22, 2018 2:53:00 PM / by Barry Lai posted in California, cannabis, compliance, excise, taxes

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The Buck Down: Breaking Down California’s Compliance

Dec 27, 2017 2:50:00 PM / by Barry Lai posted in cannabis software, compliance, insight, POS software

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January 1, 2018… the date everyone in the industry was waiting and waiting and waiting on has become somewhat of the boogie man. Not everyone understands it. How does it look? How does it feel? What does it mean for me and my business? For the purpose of our discussion, January 1 should be interpreted as the date your business enters into the state-regulated market.

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