What the Heck is the Corporate Transparency Act and Does it Apply to Me?

If you own a business, there is a new federal law that likely requires you to register your business with the US government. Yes, that includes an individual artist or creative entrepreneur operating a business for their creative work. The Corporate Transparency Act says that most small businesses, including LLCs, must file information about the company and its owners with the US Department of Treasury. While there is no filing fee, failing to file can result in fines and even jail time. But do not fear, CBCA’s Colorado Attorneys for the Arts (CAFTA) is here! This informative and interactive webinar will tell you what you need to know, answer your questions, and help you comply with this new law. Join CAFTA and law firm Creative Law Network to find out more!

Free to attend! Please register in advance to receive Zoom link.

About the Speaker

Dave Ratner

Creative Law Network

It isn’t often that you run into a band manager turned lawyer. But that’s Dave Ratner. During his career in the music and entertainment industry, Dave learned first-hand the important legal considerations and challenges creative professionals face. Dave channeled his passion into Creative Law Network, a law firm built specifically for creative professionals. Dave advises both creative and general business clients on all aspects of intellectual property and business law. Dave is the Colorado Attorneys for the Arts (CAFTA) Advisory Committee Chair and on the Board of Swallow Hill and Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA).