*In-person informational event
Join us for our upcoming in-person Chamber Counsel information session on February 29, from 8:00 to 9:30 am at the Genesee Valley Club (presentation will begin promptly at 8:30am). Begin the morning with some networking with your fellow members, and a buffet breakfast before our in-person presentation on 'Navigating the Corporate Transparency Act – Essential Insights for Businesses,' presented by Woods Oviatt Gilman LLP.
Hear about the intricacies of the Corporate Transparency Act with Kate Polozie and Danielle Ridgely of Woods Oviatt Gilman LLP as they present on a one-hour information session, providing valuable insights for businesses. Don't miss this opportunity to stay informed and connected.
Attendees can expect the following key takeaways:
- Who needs to file a Beneficial Owner Information Report (BOIR) and who is Exempt?
- What needs to be reported on a BOIR?
- What is a Beneficial Owner (it’s not what it seems)?
- What is a Company Applicant?
- When does the BOIR need to be filed?
- When does the BOIR need to be updated?
- How do you file a BOIR?
- What happens if you don’t file the BOIR?
- Practical tips to get you through the process.
This is your chance to dig deeper on this topic, and gain a more comprehensive understanding of the Corporate Transparency Act.
Feel free to bring your questions and join us for the pre-event networking session as well. This extended opportunity will allow you to continue conversations, share experiences, and make lasting connections with both presenters and fellow attendees.
Arrive by 8am for networking and buffet breakfast as the program will promptly begin at 8:30am until 9:30am.
Seats are limited, register by Friday, February 23rd to help us get an accurate count for the event.
Questions? Contact Events Assistant, Gena Stein at Gena.Stein@GreaterRochesterChamber.com
This in-person information event is sponsored and brought to you by:
About the Chamber Counsel Event Series:
Chamber Counsel is designed to enhance the growth of small to mid-size businesses through informed analysis and management of legal issues. In each session, an expert attorney educates attendees on an important legal topic that is essential to the future of their organization. This is a great opportunity for small to mid-size companies to learn how to be prepared and take steps now to avoid legal pitfalls down the road. The Chamber Counsel event series is complimentary and open only to Greater Rochester Chamber members. If you wish to sponsor and present on an approved topic, click here to learn how.
For more information, or to find out how you can sponsor a Greater Rochester Chamber informational event series, please contact Events Director, Susan George, at Susan.George@GreaterRochesterChamber.com