Save time on BOI compliance with features that enable high-volume BOI filing

CCH Axcess Beneficial Ownership reporting software
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CCH Axcess Beneficial Ownership is an online filing and information management solution that automates the beneficial ownership information (BOI) filing process to FinCEN, for accounting firms that need to file large volumes of reports. By offering BOI compliance as part of a business advisory relationship, firms can enhance their role as trusted advisors.

CCH Axcess Beneficial Ownership guides users step-by-step through a transparent process designed to:

  • Save up to 3 hours per report
  • Reduce risk and minimize disruption
  • Build advisory services and grow revenue
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CCH Axcess Beneficial Ownership High-Volume Filing

For more than 100 BOI reports, the CCH Axcess Beneficial Ownership platform provides high-volume filers with subscription pricing to support business growth. Learn more about high-volume filing options by completing the form.

For up to 100 BOI reports, you can buy online now.

Wolters Kluwer is not a law firm and cannot provide legal advice, including providing advice as to whether any specific entity will be required to file a report. Wolters Kluwer cannot provide its own interpretation of the statute or FinCEN’s final report ruling, however many of the questions can be answered by referring to the text of the final rule, sections of which have been provided where appropriate. You can also direct questions to FinCEN. The phone number of the FinCEN Regulatory Support Section is 1-800-767-2825 and you can email them at [email protected].

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