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How to file Vermont Annual Report

 
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Posted On : Fri Dec 01st,2017

 
Instructions to file Vermont Annual Reports | Biennial Reports
 

What is the Vermont's Annual Report Filing?

Every business entity registered with the Vermont secretary of state is required to file an annual report or a biennial report depending upon the business structure for the following reasons.

  • Maintain company in good standing
  • Continue business in the state of Vermont

What is a difference between An Annual Report and a Biennial Report?

  • Annual report files each year
  • Biennial Report files every after two years

What are the due dates to file an annual or biennial report of Vermont?

  • Vermont Corporations file annual reports | Due date is generally March 15th
  • Vermont Professional Corporations file annual reports | Due date is generally March 15th
  • Vermont Non Profit Corporations file biennial report | Due date is generally April 1st
  • Vermont Non Profit foreign entities file biennial report | Due date is generally April 1st
  • Vermont Limited liability Companies file annual report | Due date is generally April 1st
  • Vermont Professional Limited liability Companies file annual report | Due date is generally April 1st
  • The annual report is not applicable to Vermont Limited Partnerships
  • Vermont Limited Liability Partnerships file annual report  | Due date is generally April 1st
  • Vermont Limited Liability Limited Partnerships file annual report | Due date is generally April 1st
     

What is the requirement to file an Initial Report Vermont?

State of Vermont does not have an initial report required after creating an entity in Vermont.

What happens if you do not file Vermont annual or biennial report?

  • State of Vermont will issue a delinquent status of your Vermont business entity, and if you still do not file the annual report, the state of Vermont will dissolve the entity.
  • Annul report late filing penalty is $25.00.

How would I know, if my company's annual report is due now?

State of Vermont sends you a notification for the reminder of your annual or biennial report due date.

How to file Annual or Biennial Report Vermont?

  • You can file Vermont annual report online by creating an online account, it is recommended to file online to save time and records.
  • You can also send a paper application along with the check to file Vermont Annual Report.
  


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