Take the Lead! Empowering Owners Through Electronic Voting & Crash Course: Corporate Transparency Act

Technology: the unavoidable force driving our world today. Don’t fall victim to being behind the times when it comes to electronic voting.

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12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Fri, February 16

You’ll assemble a team of allies, equip yourself with legal armor, and learn how to use all the tools in your belt. As the electronic voting landscape evolves faster than the speed of light, you will learn to navigate the myriad of choices and emerge as defenders of fair, efficient, and secure voting processes.

*Anyone can register for and attend this course. If you have registered for the 2024 Conference & Expo, access to this course is included with your registration, and instructions on accessing the webinar will be sent to you immediately following the Conference & Expo. Please contact [email protected] with any questions you may have.

**Bonus content immediately following this session:
Stick around at 1:00 p.m., as we offer a crash course on the Federal Corporate Transparency Act.

The Corporate Transparency Act was passed in 2021 and requires certain businesses to disclose owner information to FinCEN, a bureau of the U.S. Department of the Treasury. The purpose of the law is to increase transparency and prevent financial crimes. The deadline for compliance is January 1, 2025, so board members and community managers need to act quickly and efficiently. Join us for a crash course on the Act itself, what this means for you, and how to manage compliance.

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