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.
The State Legislature implemented a new law requiring Limited Liability Companies (LLCs) to file an annual report with the Secretary of State’s Office or face administrative dissolution. This is the first year LLCs were required to file an annual report with the Agency.
Remember when you filed and were granted your LLC? You probably filed for an LLC for many reasons. Among them, shelter from legal liability as well as the ability to use your business name on official correspondence. Beware, though. In most states, applying for an LLC, paying the fee, getting your paperwork isn’t enough to […]
Each business entity registered with the Florida Department of State is required to file an annual report to maintain their “active status.” The Division of Corporations reminds entrepreneurs that the report deadline is fast approaching. The report is due by May 1 to avoid filing fees.
Pursuant to Section 79-29-215 Miss. Code Ann. (1972), all limited liability companies operating in Mississippi will be required to file an Annual Report with the Secretary of State beginning in 2011. Here is what you have to know about this new filing.