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Corporate Transparency Act Resources

Non-Compliance Could Cost You.

There’s more to navigating the Corporate Transparency Act (CTA) than just filling out a form. This legislation, which became effective on January 1, 2024, requires millions of companies to provide information about individuals who are determined to be beneficial owners of the company to the federal government. Do CTA reporting requirements apply to you or your clients? What are beneficial owners? Are you aware of the significant risks associated with non-compliance, including fines and prison sentences?

Davis, Agnor, Rapaport & Skalny attorneys have taken a deep-dive into the often nuanced and counterintuitive reporting requirements, and we have developed the resources below to help you successfully manage the CTA and minimize potential risks.

For more information or to discuss the CTA’s implications for you, your business, or your clients, contact an attorney in our Business Planning & Transactions Practice Group. Our CTA response team is led by: