Welcome to the Hahn Loeser CTA Hub, a central location to quickly find current and relevant information regarding the Corporate Transparency Act. The Corporate Transparency Act impacts most privately owned businesses, and may impact real estate deals, construction engagements, estate planning for business owners, labor and employment agreements and litigation.

What is the CTA?

The Corporate Transparency Act is federal legislation taking effect on January 1, 2024 that will impact most privately owned businesses.  It requires certain beneficial ownership information pertaining to such privately owned companies be reported to the U.S. Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN). 

Who is subject to the CTA?

Most privately owned businesses will be subject to the CTA.  Owners of privately owned businesses should consult with their attorney promptly to discuss the CTA and its impact on their business.

FinCEN Financial Crimes Enforcement NetworkHahn Loeser Blogs
FinCEN HomeBusiness Owners to Face New Federal Reporting Obligations Under the Corporate Transparency Act in 2024
Beneficial Ownership ReportingThe Corporate Transparency Act to Take Effect: What Business Owners Need to Know
Small Entity Compliance GuideExisting Businesses Should Start Preparing for the CTA Now
Beneficial Ownership Frequently Asked QuestionsBeware! Corporate Transparency Act Scams Target Business Owners
New Year Brings New Federal Reporting Requirements Under the Corporate Transparency Act (Adverse Witness)
Business Owners Face New Federal Reporting Requirements (Southwest Florida Business Today)