We prepare your annual report based on your company formation state’s requirements. Failure to file on time may result in late penalties, and can ultimately lead to the company being suspended, revoked, or dissolved.
What is an Annual Report?
The state where your company was formed requires you to file an Annual Report in order to keep your LLC in compliance and your contact information current so you remain in good standing. Each state has its own set of requirements, fees and frequency for filing. Annual Reports vary in detail depending on the state, size of company, investors, and if the business is public, private, or non-for-profit. They may include any of the following:
- Description of the industry the business is involved in
- Accomplishments, milestones, goals
- Address the company is located in
- Financial statements
- Details about shares of stock
- Name and address for members and managers of the business
- Registered agent address
Not all Annual Reports are the Same
How often an annual report is filed, when it’s due, how much the state charges, and what they require depends on the state you are doing business in. You are required to file an annual report in all states you operate in. An Annual Report goes by many different names including: Annual Statement, Statement of Information, Periodic Report, Biennial Statement, Decennial Report, and many more.
How do I apply for an Annual Report?
File Now will ask a series of simple questions to prepare your Annual Report for you including:
- Type of Entity
- Type of Business
- Company member(s) and address(es)
- State of Formation
Then we will prepare a comprehensive report and file it for you with the secretary of state.