Corporate Filings

If you have already set up your company but are concerned about important deadlines for reports or taxes within your state, you don’t have to worry. We are here to assist you with all the necessary paperwork and make sure you meet crucial deadlines to maintain your company’s good standing.

Annual Report Filing Assistance

Annual reports are important documents that businesses are required to file with the state each year. These reports typically contain details about the company’s operations, including its address, registered agent, ownership structure, and sometimes financial information. Filing annual reports ensures that the state has the most current information about your business and helps you maintain your legal status.

Our team can assist you in preparing and filing your annual reports accurately and on time, relieving you of this administrative burden so you can focus on growing your business.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    A state-required annual report is a short document that explains who owns the company, what products or services it sells, and how to contact the people in charge.

    The deadlines for annual reports may differ from state to state. For example, active Domestic Corporations in Delaware must submit their Annual Reports and Franchise Taxes for the prior year by March 1st. These filings are obligatory and must be completed online.

    Penalties vary by state. However, in Delaware, the penalty for not filing a completed Annual Report on or before March 1st is $200.00. Interest at 1.5% per month is applied to any unpaid tax balance.

    Requirements vary by state. For instance, Limited Partnerships, Limited Liability Companies and General Partnerships formed in the State of Delaware do not file an Annual Report; they are required to pay an annual tax of $300.00.

    The annual report filing fees may differ from state to state. Kindly get in touch with us regarding attorney consulting fees for your company.
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