Annual Report

File Your Annual Report

One of the requirements for LLCs and Corporations is to file annual reports in order to maintain good standing with the Secretary of State. Failure to comply with this mandatory filing, you risk hefty fines and even your company’s termination. Don’t let the paperwork scare you and get in the way of you running your business. Trust one of our experts to file your annual report.

Why File an Annual Report?

Avoid Penalties

Legally Required

Maintain Good Standing

File Your Annual Report In 3 Easy Steps

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$ 89
+ state fees
  • Complete and submit your initial report
  • Electronic delivery of your documents

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What is an Annual Report and why do I need to file it?

Annual Reports are just State's way of obtaining up-to-date information about your company. Information about the company's owners, addresses, and registered agent. It is important to check your state's filing requirement and comply with the mandatory filing in order to maintain your company's good standing.

What information is required?

Most states require just basic information about your company to ensure that they have current information. They want to know about company's address, phone numbers, owners, registered agent information. Note that annual report is not the comprehensive report that you may prepare for the investors.

When is my Annual Report due?

Due dates vary state by state. Many states have due dates set on the anniversary month of your business formation. For example, if your business was incorporated on January 5th of 2021, your annual report would be due in January of each year. This is not true for all states. Some states have a set date so it is important to check to not miss the deadline.

What happens if I file late or I don't file it?

Filing late or not filing an annual/biennial report, you risk losing your company's good standing with the state, in addition to incurring serious fines and even face revocation of authority or administrative dissolution. When this happens, you even risk jeopardizing losing protection from business debts, benefits that are offered for LLCs and Corporations.

Does my state require an Annual Report?

Most states require an annual report to be filed with the state, however, some states' requirements are different. There are few states that require biennial (every two years) reports, such as Alaska, Iowa, and New York and even decennial report, such as Pennsylvania. Contact us to find out what your state's requirements are.

What is the processing time?

The processing time is different for each state. Some states allow the annual reports to be processed the same day of the submission, however, there are some states that may take 2-3 weeks to review the submitted file and provide approval of the filing. So make sure you give yourself plenty of time to not miss any important deadline.

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