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Sturdy Savings Bank Hosts Beneficial Ownership Information Reporting Seminar on Oct. 18

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This complimentary event for business owners is open to the public, with registration required.

Sturdy Savings Bank is hosting a complimentary seminar to educate businesses about the Corporate Transparency Act (CTA) – requirements for which must be met by certain businesses beginning January 1, 2024.

The one-hour seminar will educate business owners on what the CTA is and what will be required. Representatives will also answer questions from attendees.

What: Business Beneficial Ownership Information Reporting Seminar

When: Wednesday, October 18

  • Session One: 9-10 a.m.
  • Session Two: 10:30-11:30 a.m.

Where: Atlantic Cape Community College, Cape May Court House Campus, 41 Court House South Dennis Road, Lecture Hall Room #212

Why: To educate business owners about the CTA, which establishes uniform beneficial ownership information reporting requirements for certain types of businesses. This seminar will discuss what beneficial ownership is, what information will be required, and frequently asked questions.

Cost: Complimentary to all attendees

Registration: (required; seating is limited)

9 a.m. Session:

10:30 am Session:

A virtual option is also available. E-mail to receive information.

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