Legal licensing and permitting

Nuevo requisito regulatorio en 2024: Conozca cómo se verán afectadas las pequeñas empresas

A partir del 1 de enero de 2024, algunas pequeñas empresas en los Estados Unidos deberán presentar un Reporte de Beneficiarios Finales (BOI por sus siglas en inglés) ante la Red de Ejecución de Delitos Financieros (FinCEN por sus siglas en inglés) del Departamento del Tesoro de los Estados Unidos. Este nuevo requisito de presentación de informes es parte de la Ley de Transparencia Corporativa, una ley diseñada para ayudar a prevenir y combatir el lavado de dinero, el fraude fiscal y otros delitos financieros.

New reporting requirement in 2024: Learn how small businesses will be impacted

Starting January 1, 2024, some small businesses in the United States will be required to file a Beneficial Ownership Information (BOI) Report with the U.S. Department of the Treasury's Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN). This new reporting requirement is part of the Corporate Transparency Act (CTA), a law designed to help prevent and combat money laundering, tax fraud and other financial crimes.

Keep reading to get your key questions answered to help you navigate BOI reporting.

How to Find a Brick-and-Mortar Location for your Business

Whether you’re a new small business owner or you’ve been growing your business at home and are ready to move it into its own space, finding the right location for your business is a big decision. We’ve outlined several steps to think through before you take the plunge and sign a lease.

First, make sure you’ve completed your business plan. This is a critical step for many reasons, but you’ll need one before signing a lease because a landlord will want to see it.