Big news! The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN), part of the U.S. Department of the Treasury, is now accepting Beneficial Ownership Information (BOI) reports for reporting companies.
Who Has to File a BOI report?
This critical change follows the 2021 passing of the Corporate Transparency Act. U.S. companies, known as reporting companies, must share important details about the people who own or control them.
Is There An Easier Way To File My Report?
Tailored for companies, FincenFetch ensures a user-friendly experience when submitting information and stands out for its efficiency in facilitating seamless updates and corrections.
The platform incorporates state-of-the-art security measures, assuring the confidentiality and integrity of your data throughout the BOI reporting process.
Additionally, FincenFetch offers a user-centric interface, making the entire compliance process more accessible and hassle-free.
Book your FincenFetch Demo for a user-friendly solution that meets and surpasses your reporting requirements.
Reporting Company Deadlines
How Do I Get Started?
Now that the form is available online and FinCEN is ready to receive reports, it’s time to take action.
Start the process by scheduling a demo to familiarize yourself with the reporting requirements.
Additionally, take a moment to explore whether your company qualifies for any exemptions under the Corporate Transparency Act. This proactive approach ensures a smoother reporting experience and assists you effectively with compliance.
For insights into the reporting process and requirements, interested parties can visit corporatetransparencyact.org for more information.
As the U.S. Beneficial Ownership Information Registry begins, propel your compliance efforts forward with a solution meticulously crafted to simplify, secure, and enhance your reporting practices.