New cannabis firms warned about financial hurdles

SPECIAL ­EXPERTISE: ­Steven Monacelli, an accountant with expertise in cannabis at Withum Smith+Brown PC in Providence, with Brittany Crosi, marketing ­coordinator.
PBN PHOTO/­MICHAEL SALERNO
SPECIAL ­EXPERTISE: ­Steven Monacelli, an accountant with expertise in cannabis at Withum Smith+Brown PC in Providence, with Brittany Crosi, marketing ­coordinator.
PBN PHOTO/­MICHAEL SALERNO
New cannabis-related businesses are opening throughout the state ahead of Rhode Island’s official legalization of recreational marijuana sales, but specialized accountants are warning enthusiastic business owners not to neglect an important piece of the puzzle: the financial books. Coming Dec. 1, dispensaries in the state will be able to sell cannabis for adult recreational use,…

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