In most states, an entity registered with the secretary of state must file an Annual Report when due. Failure to file will subject the entity to being administratively dissolved or having its authority to transact business revoked. In many states dedicated Commission will send a notice to remind the entity due date. Monetary penalties will be assessed for late-filed Annual Reports, by Article/Business Act of that particular state in which corporation is being operated. Penalties begin accruing the day after the due date.
Annual Report is also known as Statement of Information and Biennial Statement. All profit and non-profit corporations (domestic and foreign), as well as all limited partnerships, limited liability companies, and limited liability partnerships. Annual report filing is a prerequisite for maintaining an active business status.
Information from the annual report is public and forms the core of the State's corporate/ business status reporting system. This information is relied on heavily by the commercial, financial and legal sectors.
Individuals who may sign the annual report are specifically designated to sign the annual report of an entity.
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