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AAFCPAs Expands Cannabis Practice with the Addition of Kevin Michaelan, MST, CPA

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Boston, MA (October 8, 2019) – AAFCPAs, a best-in-class CPA and consulting firm known for assurance, tax, accounting, wealth management, valuation, business process, and IT advisory solutions, today announced the addition of Kevin Michaelan, MST, CPA as Director, Cannabis Practice.

Kevin is an experienced tax professional with a national presence in the cannabis market. He leads AAFCPAs’ burgeoning Cannabis Practice, advising plant-touching businesses and investors throughout the business lifecycle, including start-ups, entities expanding into multi-state operations (MSOs), and those planning lucrative exits. 

“Cannabis companies are challenged by capital and taxes,” said Kevin. “We have proven strategies to address both and I’m eager to turn these strategies into competitive advantages for AAFCPAs’ clients.”

Kevin is highly sought-after for his knowledge of trends impacting the industry, such as: uber-aggressive growth rates; rapidly changing regulations; cross-border restrictions; mergers & acquisitions; and canna-business premiums.

“He is deeply immersed in the cannabis space and well-known for his prolific tax and business strategies,” said Dave McManus, AAFCPAs Co-Managing Partner. “We are excited to add him as a resource to support our cannabis clients in successfully achieving key business life-cycle events and industry-leading transactions.”

Kevin is based in AAFCPAs’ Boston office. https://www.aafcpa.com

 

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