Our professional team will file the Annual Report of your business in the United States.
In each country, state entities require companies to submit a report each year in order to stay active. In the United States it is known as franchise tax or annual report, and as its name indicates it is the renewal of the company carried out by the state.
It is filed with the state and the fee to be paid varies depending on the state in which the company is located.
We submit the annual report for your LLC, C-Corporation or S-Corporation. You can contact us for more information.
It’s important to clarify that renewing your company every year is a state obligation.
Its main objective is to be able to inform state government entities that the company is still active and operating at the moment.
If you own a S-Corporation, a C-Corporation or an LLC (Disregarded or Partnership)then you must file an Annual Business Report.
Depending on each state, the report submitted when the company is renewed may request that you update the following information:
Yes, the annual report is a state obligation for all companies regardless of their type.
Each state presents a maximum date for the annual report each year. If you want to know detailed information about the annual report dates and values, you can contact us, one of our experts will be happy to help you.
Depending on the state, you can modify certain information of your company, but keep in mind that this report is presented once a year. Contact us so we can review your case.
We can check the status of your company and know the total amount to be paid. Then, we can carry out the annual report process of your company.
The state will begin to impose penalties and interest on behalf of the company. In the same way, it could administratively dissolve the company. For more information about dissolutions, click here.