Annual Reports and Fees
Alaska - January
Delaware - Corporations March 1, LLCs June 1
Florida - May 1
Georgia - January
Iowa - Biannual April
Kansas - Tax Closing Date April 15
Kentucky - June 30
Maryland - April 15
Massachusetts - Corporations March 15, LLC - Anniversary Date
Michigan - Corporations March 15, LLCs February 15
Minnesota - Anytime during the following year
Mississippi - April 15
Montana - April 15 March 15
New Hampshire - April 1
North Carolina - Corporations March 15, LLCs April 15
North Dakota - Corporations August 1, LLCs November 15
Ohio - No reports for Corporations or LLCs
Pennsylvania - No reports for Corporations or LLCs
Rhode Island - Corporations March 1, LLCs November 1
South Carolina - No reports for Corporations or LLCs
Tennessee - Tax fiscal closing date
Texas - May 15
Virginia - LLC September 1, Corporations on the Anniversary
Vermont - Tax fiscal closing date
Annual Reports for Corporations and LLCs by Anniversary Dates
Arizona - Corporations. LLCs no report
California - Corporations Annual, LLCs Biannual. Franchise Fees April 15
Hawaii - By quarter
Indiana - Biannual
Missouri - Corporations. No LLCs
New Mexico - Corporations Biannual, LLCs no report
New York - Biannual
Oklahoma - LLC only, Corporations no reports
Wisconsin - By quarter
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LLC, LLP, LP or PLLC must publish a notice advertising the required information in the newspapers designated by your county, and mail the register receipt to the NY Department of State.
Foreign Corporations must publish a notice in the county of the state where they are registered and mail the filing receipt to the NV Secretary of State.
After filing articles, they must be published in a newspaper in the county where registered for three consecutive days and ad affidavit of the filing sent to the AZ Corporation Commission.
Foreign Qualifications must be published in two newspapers, and the receipt of filing mailed to the PA Department of State.
No later than one business day after your articles are filed, you must publish a notice in a designated legal notice newspaper in the county where registered, and send receipt to the Georgia Secretary of State.
Notice of fiing, amendment or merger must be published in a newspaper in the county where the company is located. The notices must run once per week for three weeks, and proof of publication must be sent to the Nebraska Secretary of State.
An administratively dissolved Corporation/LLC or a Corporation/LLC in default or revoked status, continues its corporate existence but may not carry on any business in the state. The administrative dissolution of a Corporation/LLC does not terminate the authority of its registered agent. The Corporation/LLC must submit Articles of Dissolution, Articles of Withdrawal, or a Registered Agent Change Form with the Corporation Division to remove the Registered Agent as the listed agent.
Minutes and Meetings for Corporations and LLCs