The biggest growth industry since cable TV desperately needs good accountants.
By Andrew Hunzicker
There are many reasons that accountants, bookkeepers, and CPAs are launching their own cannabis firms, and some of these might apply to you as well.
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About the Author
Andrew Hunzicker, CPA, has been a CFO for 20 years, and in 2017 won CFO of the Year Award, runner-up in the State of Oregon – the first ever in the cannabis space.
Ancor Advisors, is a full-service accounting solution for companies in every area of the Industry (farms, labs, dispensaries, processors, manufacturers). Additionally, the company teaches accountants, CPAs, and bookkeepers all around the US how to launch and grow a cannabis accounting firm.
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