Corporate Transparency Act

The Corporate Transparency Act Took Effect on January 1st, 2024

Is Your Business Ready for
the Big Change in 2024?

Not being compliant with the Corporate Transparency Act could cost you up to $10,000 or 2 years in jail.

Click the link below to get compliant today!

We Can Get You
Compliant in 2 Easy Steps

1. Sign Up 2. Pay Filing Fee

What is the Corporate Transparency Act?

We recently sent out an email in November to all of our clients and colleagues regarding the Corporate Transparency Act, the new law set to take effect January 1, 2024. The CTA will (with few exceptions) require all small business owners that are registered with Secretary of State to provide FinCEN (part of the Federal Treasury Department) with details about their companies and the “beneficial owners” or controlling parties of the business.

The information that must be provided to FinCEN include:

Legal Name

The legal name of the business entity and any trade names/dbas;

Tax ID Number

The EIN or other tax identification number of the entity;


Jurisdiction of formation (state or foreign country);


Business street address (including city, state and zip code)

Along with the Beneficial Owner Information


The name of each beneficial owner (those who own or control at least 25% of the company) and each controlling person (officers, shareholders and others who have substantial influence over important decisions);


The residential street address of such persons;


Current passport or driver’s license number AND an image of the identification document for each person.

This information is to be submitted via a web portal that’s set to be up-and-running on January 1, 2024 (not before).

If the business owner fails to provide this information within ninety (90) days for new entities formed on or after January 1, 2024, or by January 1, 2025 for those entities in existence on or before December 31, 2023, FinCEN can impose a penalty of $500 per day up to $10,000 per business entity AND potentially 2 years in prison.

We understand this is a huge and intimidating requirement for all of our clients with the possibility of enormous consequences if these requirements are not followed.

So, to assist our clients in making sure their initial reports are properly submitted to avoid these penalties, NorthStar Law Group is offering to file these initial reports with FinCEN for a one-time fee. The fee will be based on how your entity is structured and how many entities you have as shown at the end of this page.

If you want to have NorthStar Law Group, P.S. handle this task for you, please click on the following link to choose the fee tier that applies to your situation and make payment (subject to a 2.95% credit card / debit card processing fee) so we can start the process of gathering your information and filing the report once the FinCEN portal goes live on or after January 1, 2024.

Please be aware that the above offer is subject to certain terms and conditions described more fully on the webpage accessed by clicking the link.

Since we are small business ourselves, we know this new law creates an additional burden for small companies everywhere especially when we seem to get hit the hardest. Let NorthStar Law Group take away some of the stress in complying with the legal responsibilities that arise when running your organization.

Corporate Transparency Act - Filing Tier Fees

Tier 1: Single Owner

Tier 1

Single-owner LLC or Corporation (includes spouse)


Tier 1

If single-owner has two LLCs or Corporations with the same ownership


Tier 1

If single-owner has three or more LLCs or Corporations with the same ownership


Tier 2: Two or Three Owners

Tier 2

Two or three owner of one LLC or Corporation (includes spouses)


Tier 2

If the same owners own two LLCs or Corporations


Tier 2

If the same owners own three or more LLCs or Corporations

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Tier 3: Four or More Owners

Tier 3

Four or more owners of one or more LLCs or Corporations (includes spouses)

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