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Every state requires a business or company to submit an annual report to keep the information up-to-date. The information includes details such as your company address, name, managers, and other important details your state needs.
You must file the report as per the state instructions. In some states, the period of filing an annual report is yearly, and in others, you have to submit it every two, six months, or ten years. Depending on your business and the type of entity, you have to regularly submit an ongoing report.
If you’re an LLC, the secretary of state must receive regular updates from your company. Especially in terms of the most current name, address, managers, and your registered agent. This also means that if you’re an LLC, you have to file a report quite frequently than entities such as a corporation.
You can choose to file your report with the help of our professionals. They will not only submit the documents, but they will also take care of your state of information deadlines.
As for other types of entities, a corporation must provide information like stock details, directors, and a complete list of other officers.
Besides late fees, and other legal penalties, you will lose your companies good standing. In fact, if you miss to file the report completely, you might be required to dissolve your company for good. And the worst part is that the state no longer recognizes the legal standing of companies that fail to file an annual report. Which, in turn, makes you liable for everything that you enjoyed before.
Your annual report will be due as per the state guidelines. Each state has a different window for filing an annual report. Any company that misses the deadline will have to face the dreaded consequences.
For example, in California, you will be required to file an annual report every six months depending upon the time of your company formation.
Your annual report must contain the following details:
- Directors, Managers, Employees
- Recent Updates (If Any)
If you’re confused about what your annual report must look like, talk to our professionals, and they will help you do things the right way.