You started your small business because you
truly care about how cannabis can help people.
But you’re in a tangled web of federal, state and local laws –
and things are always changing.
You want the same stability as any other business:
good financial processes and control over your cash.
Track your cash. Set goals. Pay yourself a wage.
Holding large amounts of cash comes with its challenges and insecurities. Beyond the risk factors, there may also be missed opportunities for growth. Learn how to track your cash, set short and long term goals and actually pay yourself a fair wage.
We’re personally affiliated with Chicago NORML, a national organization dedicated to normalizing the conversation around cannabis, and removing the stigma associated with cannabis culture.
We’ve spent time with folks lobbying and helping to spread educational information about the reform of marijuana laws. The war on drugs has played a big role in our lives and communities, and we feel this is important work to do.
“Allows us to pause and step back.”
“To be able to see how well we did financially in a way that makes sense, but to also be able to see ahead into the future for how well we will do, or maybe won’t do, has been super valuable. It allows us to put a pause and step back to say ‘hey things aren’t looking as good for us over the next 2 months, what can we do now to change that’”