A reporting company will have to report the following: (1) legal and trade name or DBA, (2) address, (3) the jurisdiction in which it was formed or first registered, and (4) taxpayer identification number (TIN). For each beneficial owner and company applicant, the reporting company will provide the individual’s (1) legal name, (2) birthdate, (3) address, and (4) an identifying number from a driver’s license, passport, or other approved document, as well as an image of the document.
Reporting companies created or registered on or after January 1, 2024, will have submit their reports within 30 calendar days of receiving actual or public notice from the state’s secretary of state or similar office that the company was created or registered. The reporting company will have 30 days to report any changes or inaccuracies.
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