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Corporate Transparency Act Resources

Welcome to our comprehensive resource hub for the Corporate Transparency Act (CTA). Effective January 1, 2024, new regulations mandated by the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) require reporting on “beneficial owners” and “company applicants” for millions of entities. To aid you in navigating these regulatory shifts, we've curated a collection of our resources. Explore them below to stay informed, prepared, and compliant with the latest regulations.


  1. FAQ: New Disclosure Requirements Under the Corporate Transparency Act

    This comprehensive FAQ outlines the new requirements and provides guidance for companies that will be required to report under the CTA.

  2. Corporate Transparency Act - Reporting Required for Certain Nonprofit Organizations

    Explore this article tailored for nonprofit organizations, discussing how they may be required to make reports to FinCEN under certain circumstances.

Handouts & Summaries

  1. One-Page Handout: Summary of New Requirements

    This concise resource outlines the new requirements under the Corporate Transparency Act. It includes essential information on who needs to report, what information is required, and when reporting is due.


Videos & Tutorials

  1. FinCEN Application Tutorial

    Simplify the process of filing a FINCEN Beneficial Ownership Information report in compliance with the Corporate Transparency Act by watching our step-by-step tutorial.


Checklists & Tools

  1. Checklist for Reporting Requirements

    Stay organized and ensure compliance with our checklist, designed to help you keep track of all the information required for reporting under the Corporate Transparency Act.


Koley Jessen is here to assist you with all your Corporate Transparency Act (CTA) needs. Whether you're determining whether you are required to file a report, identifying beneficial owners, or preparing a report, our attorneys are ready to help you understand and fulfill your obligations.

For further assistance or inquiries, please contact a member of our CTA Task Force listed on this page.

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