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What is an Annual Report?

In Florida, a Limited Liability Company (LLC) or Corporation is formed by filing the articles of organization, or articles of incorporation, with the Florida Department of State. In order to maintain active status and remain in good standing with the state, the entity must submit an annual report each year by May 1.

The annual report provides a current snapshot of the entity information filed with the State, and is used to maintain records. Even if no changes are being made to the entity , the annual report must be filed. Annual reports can be submitted between January 1 and May 1, and the first annual report is due in the calendar year after the entity is formed. Any information submitted on the articles of organization or incorporation, as well as any subsequent annual report(s) will be made available for public view on the Florida Department of State Division of Corporations website, sunbiz.org.

Failure to file

A $400 late penalty is assessed for all filings after May 1, and the entity will be at risk of being administratively dissolved. After May 1, the entity is no longer compliant and will be administratively dissolved if the entity fails to file the annual report (and late fees) by the third Friday of September.

Annual Reporting &
Business Compliance

Forming an entity is one of the first steps in successful company building, but maintaining the entity and staying compliant is arguably one of the most important. Many states require some type of reporting. In addition to the annual report, entities may also have local, county, state and/or federal level filing requirements.

Stay compliant and maintain good standing with the State of Florida by making timely filings. Lamar Legal offers affordable and convenient filing solutions to fit your company needs.

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Annual Report
Filing Services

Florida Annual Report Filing (Non-Profit)

$275.00 ANNUAL REPORT FLAT FEE
  • FL Non-Profit Annual Report Filing Service
  • Draft annual report
  • File annual report with state
  • Electronic communications with Attorney
  • Electronic delivery of filing
  • Price includes state filing fee

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Florida Annual Report Filing (Corporation)

$325.00 ANNUAL REPORT FLAT FEE
  • FL Profit Corp. Annual Report Service
  • Draft annual report
  • File annual report with state
  • Electronic communications with Attorney
  • Electronic delivery of filing
  • Price includes state filing fee

Quick & Easy Annual Reporting for Profit Corporations

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Florida Annual Report Filing (LLC)

$289.00 ANNUAL REPORT FLAT FEE
  • Limited Liability Annual Report Filing Service
  • Draft annual report
  • File annual report with state
  • Electronic communications with Attorney
  • Electronic delivery of filing
  • Price includes state filing fee

Quick & Easy Annual Reporting for Limited Liability Company

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Other Reporting, Filing & Compliance Services

  • Florida Reinstatement Filing
  • Fictitious Name Renewal
  • Amendment to record
  • Merger
  • Dissolution and Withdrawal

  • Foreign Name Registration
  • Fictitious Name Renewal
  • Conversion
  • License & Permit Search

Frequently Asked
Annual Report
Questions

  • What is an Annual Report?

    What is an Annual Report

    The annual report provides a current snapshot of the entity information filed with the State, and is used to maintain records. Even if no changes are being made to the entity, the annual report must be filed.

    Any information submitted on the articles of organization or incorporation, as well as any subsequent annual report(s) will be made available for public view on the Florida Department of State Division of Corporations website, sunbiz.org.

  • When is the Annual Report due?

    What is the annual report due?

    Annual reports can be submitted between January 1 and May 1, and the first annual report is due in the calendar year after the entity is formed. Annual report must be submitted by May 1st each year in order to avoid any penalties.

  • How much does it cost to file an annual report?

    How much does it cost to file an annual report?

    For Profit and Non-Profit Corporations

    Profit Corporation Annual Report $150.00
    Profit Annual Report (received after May 1st) $550.00
    Amended Profit Annual Report $61.25
    Non-Profit Corporation Annual Report $61.25

    For Limited Liability Companies and Limited Liability Partnerships

    LLC Annual Report $138.75
    Annual Report (received after May 1) $538.75
    LLC Amended Annual Report $50.00
    Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) Annual Report $25.00
    LLP Reinstatement $25.00 (+$25.00 for each year due)

    For Limited Partnerships

    Limited Partnership Annual Report $411.25
    Limited Partnership Supplement Fee $88.75
    Total Limited Partnership Annual Report $500.00
    Limited Partnership Annual Report (received after May 1) $900.00
    Limited Partnership Amended Annual Report $411.25

    Additional fees may be incurred if certain amendments are required (FL SOS schedule of fees).

  • What happens if I file after May 1?

    What happens if I file after May 1st?

    A $400 late penalty is assessed for all filings after May 1, and the entity will be at risk of being administratively dissolved. After May 1, the entity is no longer compliant and will be administratively dissolved if the entity fails to file the annual report (and late fees) by the third Friday of September.

  • What are the benefits of subscription compliance services?

    What are the benefits of subscription filing and compliance services?

    Benefits of Compliance Service
    – help with managing company state compliance
    – worry free annual report filing, avoid $400 penalty
    – save time. let us push the paper
    – discounted attorney consultation and legal services
    – alerts and notification for your most important filings (choose up to three notifications)
    – request changes and additional filings easily
    – 24/7 access company information and secure messaging

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