BOIR (Beneficial Ownership Information)

Beneficial Ownership Information Reporting

What is a Beneficial Ownership Information Report?

As of January 1, 2024, all (with some exceptions) corporations, LLCs, limited partnerships, limited liability partnerships, business trusts, and general partnerships are required under the Corporate Transparency Act to file a Beneficial Ownership Information (BOI) Report with the the Financial Crimes and Enforcement Network (FinCEN), a part of the U.S. Treasury. The report involves reporting about the company itself, the Company Applicants (if applicable), and the “Beneficial Owners” of the company. The purpose is to combat money laundering, organized crime, tax fraud, and other illegal activities.

Entities formed in 2024 must file within 90 calendar days after formation. From 2025, it must be filed within 30 days after formation. Some entities are exempted from reporting, but many will need to file. This page does not contain all the information you need to know regarding the BOI report filing requirements, and we urge you to visit the FinCEN website for further information and up-to-date information.

Can you assist me in preparing and filing the BOI Report?

Yes. We are currently offering our services in preparing and filing the BOI Report at fixed fees, depending on the type of entity and the complexity of the entity or situation. Please give us a call at (808) 909-3670, or use the Contact Form below.

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