An Annual report is a filing that details a company’s activities throughout the prior year. Annual reports are intended to give state governing authorities information regarding the names and addresses of directors or managing members of a corporation or LLC as well as the company and registered agent address. In some state the annual report is filed at a pre determined date for all entities regardless of the date of formation while other states require that the annual report is filed on the anniversary date of formation.
QuickCorps provides annual report filing services if you would like to use our services to facilitate the filing of your annual report please complete the following text boxes below to complete the order. Upon placing the order a representative from QuickCorps will contact you to obtain specific information required to complete and file the annual report in your state of formation.
Upon receiving a request to file an Annual Report we verify entity status to ensure it is in good standing. The next step is to prepare and file report with the governing state agency. The client will be mailed a copy of the filed report when it is returned from the state.
The filing time is dependent on the governing state agency. Filing times vary by state it is therefore important that the report is filed well in advance of the due date in order to avoid any potential late filing fees.
In the event that the entity has been administratively revoked or otherwise dissolved or the report is not due within a close proximity to the order being placed our policy is to contact and inform the client and issue a full refund.
The state fee varies by state our service fee to file the report is $99. To review the fee in your state click on the “order now” button and select the state and entity type.
The governing state agency will typically return a filed copy of the Annual Report which is then mailed to the client.
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