Protect your company's good standing

In most states, it's a legal must for businesses to file ongoing reports. We make it easy every time. Starts at $55 + filing fees.

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Why file an annual report

Meet your legal obligations

You're likely required to file a report every year—sometimes every 2 or 10 years, depending on your state and business type.

Avoid penalties

You could face fines, penalties, and the loss of your liability protection if you fail to file a report.

Keep your info current

Make sure the state has the latest info on your company, including its name, address, and managers.

How to file your annual report

  1. Answer a few questions online
  2. We'll create and file the annual report for you
  3. Receive your filed report in the mail

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Pick the package that fits your needs

Standard

$55 + state filing fees

  • Creation of your annual report
  • Filing of your paperwork with the state

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Rush

$75 + state filing fees

Everything from Standard plus:
  • Expedited processing of your paperwork
  • Delivery of your filed doc 2-3 business days after we receive it from the state

Frequently asked questions

  1. Annual reports are forms that keep your business's information—its name, address, managers, etc.—up to date with the state. They must be filed with the Secretary of State (or other state filing office) every year—in some states, every two or ten years. The name, definition, and scope of the reports can vary, but most states require businesses to file them on a regular basis.
  2. Generally, LLCs will need the most current name and address of the company, its registered agent, and its managers. Corporations usually need to list officers and directors, and may also need stock information.
  3. You could lose your good standing with the state and need to pay late fees. If you fail to file completely, you might face the administrative dissolution of your company. The state will no longer recognize your company as a legal entity, which could affect contracts, hurt business relationships, and expose you to personal liability.
  4. It can vary among states, but here are some common names: Statement of Information (CA), Public Information Report (TX), and Biennial Statement (NY).
  5. States have different filing windows and deadlines, and submissions outside of those windows may not be accepted. For example, the California Secretary of State has a six-month filing window before, and including the month of your business formation. Check your state's filing window to make sure your order and paperwork can be processed on time. You can also get email and text reminders for annual reports and business income tax filings through our Compliance Calendar.

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Providing an easier way for customers to file reports over 145,000 times.

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