The Corporate Transparency Act provides that all reporting companies must file a report with the Financial Criminal Enforcement Network (FinCEN) of the U.S. Treasury or be subject to a $500/day fine. If you are an owner of a limited liability company (LLC), a professional limited liability company (PLLC) a corporation, a professional corporation, a limited partnership (LP), a limited liability partnership (LLP), a limited liability limited partnership (LLLP) you need to know if your company must file the FinCEN report or if it is exempt.
To determine if a company is exempt from the CTA’s FinCEN report requirement and its $500/day non-filing fine review the list of 30 exemptions contained in the CTA. FYI: Almost all entities formed in the U.S. or outside the U.S. that do business in the U.S. are reporting companies under the CTA and must file a FinCEN report. Companies that are not exempt from the CTA are called “reporting companies.”
All reporting companies formed before 2024 must file their initial FinCEN report not later than January 1, 2025. All reporting companies formed after 2023 must file their FinCEN report not later than 30 days after the entity was formed/created.
If you have a reporting company, it needs to hire us, FinCEN Filer, LLC, to assist in collecting the required information, preparing the company’s FinCEN report and filing the report with FinCEN. That is what we do. Hiring us will give you peace of mind that FinCEN won’t be fining your company $500/day for not filing its FinCEN report.
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