No One is Ready for the CTA

November 21, 2023|0 Comments

Just in time for Thanksgiving, Sunday’s Wall Street Journal’s editorial page highlighted our Main Street letter calling for a one-year delay of the Corporate Transparency Act’s reporting requirements. Appropriately titled The Coming Deluge for Small ...

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The Importance of NSBA’s Lawsuit

September 21, 2023|0 Comments

The House Financial Services Committee held a markup yesterday to consider twelve pieces of legislation. Notably absent was the Protecting Small Business Information Act (H.R. 4035), a bill to delay the Corporate Transparency Act’s January ...

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Hitting the “Pause” Button on the CTA

September 12, 2023|0 Comments

With the Corporate Transparency Act’s new reporting requirements set to take effect beginning January 1st, Main Street is asking Congress to pump the brakes on this ill-conceived law.   A letter signed by more than 80 trade associations -- ...

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Targeting the CTA

July 5, 2023|0 Comments

S-Corp President Brian Reardon is out with an op-ed in the Washington Examiner that breaks down just how onerous and poorly constructed the Corporate Transparency Act’s reporting requirements really are. We’ve written about the CTA ...

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Congress Focused on CTA Flaws

June 16, 2023|0 Comments

With just six months to go before the Corporate Transparency Act’s (CTA) reporting requirements take effect, federal lawmakers are sounding the alarm over just how far reaching – and poorly constructed – the rules are. ...

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