Beginning on January 1, 2024, businesses must comply with the United States’ Corporate Transparency Act, which mandates that individuals who own or control a business must file a report detailing the beneficial ownership information (BOI) to the United States Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN).

While certain company types are exempt from this reporting requirement, the vast majority of businesses—from single member LLC’s to multiple stockholder corporations—must comply.

The timelines for filing with FinCEN vary for newly-formed and established businesses, and failure to file may subject business owners to civil penalties of $500 per day and an enforcement action, so check with your attorney to make sure your business is on a path to compliance.

MCLC has developed a streamlined process to help our clients comply with this new federal reporting requirement quickly and easily.  For more information on how we can help your business, contact:

Jacob Lamme
(518) 675-7740

Brian Carr
(518) 675-7741


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