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Beneficial Ownership Information Reporting

Ensure seamless compliance with the new federal Beneficial Ownership Information (BOI) reporting requirements with our expert filing services. Navigating the complexities of BOI reporting can be challenging, but our team is here to guide you every step of the way. From securely submitting your information to keeping you on track with automated reminders, we make compliance hassle-free. Avoid potential fines and legal complications by trusting us to handle your BOI report efficiently and accurately.

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BOI Reporting Service

Are you unclear about your obligations under the new beneficial ownership information report effective January 1, 2024? Allow the American Contractors Organization to assist you.

  • Achieve compliance with the latest federal regulations.
  • Submit your information securely with guidance from our experts.
  • Maintain compliance effortlessly with automated reminders.

What is a Beneficial Owner
Information Report?

In September 2022, FinCEN released a rule under the Corporate Transparency Act (CTA) requiring Corporations and LLCs to file Beneficial Ownership Information reports. This aims to enhance national security and prevent financial crimes in the U.S. by identifying the beneficial owners and company applicants.

Key BOI dates to be aware of:

Who Can Benefit?

Are you a small business owner or a contractor dealing with federal regulations? Our services are tailored for you. We provide clear guidance and support to help you meet compliance easily and efficiently.

Newly Formed Corporations and LLCs

Existing Businesses

Domestic and Foreign Reporting Companies

Small Businesses

Exempt Entities Needing Clarification

Entities with Complex Ownership Structures

Legal and Financial Advisors

Companies Seeking to Maintain Compliance

Who Needs to File a BOI Report?

The regulation specifies that both Domestic and Foreign companies are required to submit a report.

  • A Domestic Reporting Company includes corporations, limited liability companies (LLCs), or any entities established through filings with a state secretary or similar office under state or tribal laws.
  • A¬†Foreign Reporting Company is an entity formed under foreign law and registered in the U.S. with certain offices. Per the rule and CTA, 23 entity types are exempt from being reporting companies.

FinCEN expects to include LLPs, LLLPs, Business Trusts, and most LPs in these definitions, as these entities are commonly established by filing with state offices.

Frequently Asked Questions

BOIR is a regulatory requirement that mandates certain entities to disclose information about their beneficial owners. 

Entities subject to BOIR typically include Corporations, Limited Liability Companies (LLCs), Partnerships, and other Legal Entities formed or registered in jurisdictions that require such reporting

The report typically includes details about the entity’s beneficial owners, such as their full legal names, dates of birth, residential addresses, citizenship status, and the nature and extent of their ownership or control over the entity.

Yes, certain companies may be exempt from the reporting requirement based on factors such as their size, ownership structure, industry classification, or jurisdiction of formation.