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Check your company's filing requirements
BOI report with FinCEN

Find out if a company is required to file a BOI report with FinCEN under the Corporate Transparency Act.

Please answer the questions below:

Do you own a Corporation (INC) or limited Liability Company (LLC) registered in the United States?

Do you own a Foreign Company that have registered to do business in the United States?

Does your company employ 21 or more full-time employees?

Did your company report over $5,000,000 in sales on your last year's business tax return?

Can your business be described as any of the following?

  • Securities reporting issuer required to file supplementary and periodic information under section 15(d) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934.

  • Company that exerts governmental authority on behalf of a State or Tribe.

  • Registered Bank.

  • Registered Credit union.

  • Registered depository institution holding company.

  • Registered money services business.

  • SEC-registered broker or dealer in securities.

  • SEC registered securities exchange or clearing agency.

  • Company registered under the Commodity Exchange Act.

  • SEC-registered investment company or investment adviser.

  • SEC-registered venture capital fund adviser.

  • Registered Insurance company.

  • State-licensed insurance producer.

  • Commodity Exchange Act registered entity.

  • Registered accounting firm.

  • Public utility company.

  • Financial market utility company designated by the Financial Stability Oversight Council.

  • Pooled investment vehicle operated by an SEC registered person.

  • Tax-exempt entity.

  • Entity that exclusively exists to provide financial assistance or governance to a tax-exempt entity.

  • Entity 100% owned by an exempt entity.

  • Inactive entity created before 1/1/2020 that holds no assets, is not engaged in any business, has no foreign owners, and has not sent or received money or changed ownership in the prior 12 months.

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