Do you know how to report cannabis business taxes on your tax return? Marijuana business taxes are determined by coming up with a mark-up rate.
This mark-up rate is used by the distributors to compute an average market price on marijuana or cannabis products that are sold to a retailer.
The cannabis excise tax mark-up rate has been 60% and the CDTFA determined that there would be a continuation of this for at least another 6 months starting July 1, 2018.
The CDTFA is responsible for determine mark-up rates two times a year in six-month intervals.
Current tax rates can be reviewed by choosing "Cannabis Taxes" at the cdtfa.ca.gov website.
They will pull together feedback and comments from the marijuana industry and others who have an interest on the existing regulations.
A tax guide for cannabis businesses has been created and is updated with new tax facts that will answer specific concerns that taxpayers in the marijuana industry might be facing at any given time.
There are also videos that include instructions on how cannabis taxpayers must complete and file their cannabis tax return. The guide is continuously being updated by the CDTFA when there is more important information.
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