Florida Annual Report Approaching

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The Florida Division of Corporations reminds us that Annual Reports are due by April 30 2017. Filing the annual report provides a current record of an entity’s management structure, correct mailing address, and registered agent’s name and address.

Entities that do not timely file annual reports will be subject to a non-negotiable late fees of $400 and administrative dissolution or revocation of their authorization to transact business in Florida.

The annual report is not a financial statement. The report is used to update or confirm the Florida Department of State, Division of Corporations’ records. The data displayed on the entity’s online annual report form is the most current data on file with the Division of Corporations. An annual report must be filed each year for your business entity to maintain an “active status” with the Department of State. The annual report is required whether you need to make changes or not. The FL Annual Report can be filed online at the Division of Corporations’ website where you can also obtain detailed information about this filing.

For more information about FL Annual Report, the Division of Corporations has created a very useful page, “Annual Report Overview (Part I) and Step-By-Step Filing Instructions (Part II). (Click on the link to access).



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