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UPDATE Corporate Transparency Act

Update on the Corporate Transparency Act

On Friday, March 1, 2024, a United States District Court in Alabama ruled that the Federal Corporate Transparency Act, which requires businesses throughout the United States to file reports with the U.S. Department of the Treasury that identify their beneficial owners, is unconstitutional. This case can be found under the name National Small Business Association v. […]

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Corporate transparency Act

Corporate Transparency Act

The Corporate Transparency Act, which became effective January 1, 2024, aims to enhance transparency in corporate structures by requiring certain companies, including LLCs, to disclose the person or persons who exercise ownership or substantial control of the entity, known as Beneficial Ownership Information.   This legislation was enacted with the goal of preventing money laundering,

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Part 2: What Are Some Examples of Agritourism and How Can It Benefit Me?

As discussed in Part One, agritourism is a rapidly spreading form of agricultural entrepreneurship, allowing farmers and ranchers to expand their income while creating opportunities for the public to learn and gain first-hand experience. While you may have a picture of what you expect from agritourism, probably a Christmas tree farm or a pick-your-own orchard, there

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Agritourism Pick your own fruit farm

My Neighbors Have a Pick-Your-Own Fruit Farm

Driving through the hills of Licking County, you will encounter numerous agritourism businesses. From an Orchard in Utica to a Tree Farm in Alexandria to a Fruit Farm in Pataskala, your neighbors have discovered the advantage of catering to tourists from Columbus and transforming their property into pick-your-own orchards, corn mazes, and wedding venues.  

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