post: Is that deductible? Cost of Goods Sold and 280E
Let’s say I was going to make a simple object like a hand-thrown pot for a plant. You’d need clay, a potter’s wheel, some hand tools, a kiln, glaze, and maybe a rack for storage. You’d also need someone to make the pot, fire the pot, and sell the pot (could be the same person, […]
post: The Magic Of An API
By now, you’re probably familiar with NCS, and know we ingest hundreds of millions of data points every day, but have you ever wondered how we do it? The NCS Analytics Engine is set up to take in a wide array of data types from various sources. The most common way we receive data is […]
post: Cultivation Deep Dive: What is a plant batch anyway?
Plant batches are a mechanism to record the cultivation processes of CRBs for the track-and-trace system and are required by law in most jurisdictions. A plant batch is a group of cannabis plants started simultaneously, often legally required to be of the same strain. Plants organized into a batch often come from the same starting […]
post: Know Your Portfolio with Ongoing Monitoring
Any financial institution looking to start a cannabis banking program should first review their due diligence (or know-your-customer) programs. Many existing CRB programs across the country succeed by partnering with their state or local governments and their BSA (or compliance) teams to provide the highest level of transparency, but not without the legwork of establishing […]