BOI Reporting - An Overview

Under the Corporate Transparency Act (CTA), FinCEN requires most small businesses to report their Beneficial Ownership Information (BOI) starting on January 1, 2024. This law was passed to improve financial transparency and eliminate money laundering and other similar crimes.

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BOI Filing Deadlines

For businesses created or registered before
January 1, 2024

The deadline for the initial BOI report filing is
January 1, 2025.

For businesses created or registered on or after
January 1, 2024

The deadline to file the initial BOI report is within 90 days of
their company registration date.


Note: Late filings can result in fines of $500 per day, up to $10,000

How to File BOI Report Online?

  • 1 Enter the Required Details of the Reporting Company
  • 2Add Beneficial Owners & Company Applicant Information
  • 3Review & Submit BOI Report to FinCEN
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Frequently Asked Questions about BOI Filings

Generally, the following companies are required to complete BOI reporting:

  • Domestic Entities - Any domestic business that operates under U.S. tax laws. This includes corporations, LLCs, limited partnerships, and limited liability partnerships (LLPs).
  • Foreign Entities - Any entities that are established outside the United States and conduct business in the U.S.

According to FinCEN, any individual or a group of individuals who has substantial control over the reported company or has at least 25% of the ownership interests of the reported company directly or indirectly. Click here to know more about the beneficial owner(s) of a company.

A company applicant can be an individual who directly files the document that registers the company or the individual who is primarily responsible for the filing (when more than one individual). Click here to know more about the company applicant for a compan

There are 23 types of entities that are exempt from BOI reporting. Here are they,

Exemption No. Exemption Short Title


Securities reporting issuer


Governmental authority




Credit union


Depository institution holding company


Money services business


Broker or dealer in securities


Securities exchange or clearing agency


Other Exchange Act registered entity


Investment company or investment adviser


Venture capital fund adviser


Insurance company


State-licensed insurance producer


Commodity Exchange Act registered entity


Accounting firm


Public utility


Financial market utility


Pooled investment vehicle


Tax-exempt entity


Entity assisting a tax-exempt entity


Large operating company


Subsidiary of certain exempt entities


Inactive entity

Primarily, you’ll need the following information to complete your BOI report

  • Reporting company details such as Name, EIN, Address, etc.
  • Type of the report (Initial, Update, Correct or Newly Exempt Entity)
  • Information about the Beneficial Owners (Name, Date of Birth, Address and Identity Proof)
  • Details of the Company Applicant(s) (Name, Date of Birth, Address and Identity Proof)

Visit to learn more about BOI filing Instructions.

According to the FinCEN rule specified in the Corporate Transparency Act, anyone who fails to comply with the BOI reporting requirements will be subjected to civil penalties of up to $500/day. Furthermore, there can be criminal penalties of up to two years imprisonment and a fine amount of up to $10,000.

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