Florida Annual Report

Every corporation and LLC formed in Florida is required to file an annual report with the Secretary of State of Florida BEFORE May 1st, if the entity was formed in the year(s) prior to the current tax year. 

In other words, if your Florida Corporation was formed on March 10th 2011, your first annual report is due to Florida state before May 1st, 2012; and every year afterwords.

Who Has to File?
EVERY Florida domestic and foreign Corporation or LLC.  Even if your corporation or LLC has not conducted any business in or out of Florida, it must file a Florida Annual Report.

More Details
We've provided details below about the annual report requirements for Corporations & for Limited Liability Companies, including the link to file with the state.

Corporations

 

 

 

Fee:

The for profit annual report and supplemental fee is $150. For annual reports filed late (after May 1), the fee is $550. The non-profit annual report fee is $61.25.

 

Forms:

To obtain your document number online, click here.

Annual Report E-filing - E-file Annual Report (All Annual Reports must be entered and submitted electronically online. You can no longer download an Annual Report filing form.)

 

NOTE: The Division of Corporations no longer has authority to waive the $400 late fee for annual reports filed after May 1st. The provision for waiver in s. 607.193(2)(b),F.S. was repealed during the 2010 Legislative Session. All business entities except non-profit corporations must pay the late fee, if the annual report is filed after May 1st.

Due Date:

Annual Reports are due January 1st and become delinquent if not filed by May 1st.

 

Limited Liability Companies

 

 

Fee:

The annual report and supplemental fee for LLCs is $138.75. If filed late (after May 1st), the fee is $538.75.

Forms:

To obtain your document number online, click here.

Annual Report E-filing - E-file Annual Report (All Annual Reports must be entered and submitted electronically online. You can no longer download an Annual Report filing form.)

 

NOTE: The Division of Corporations no longer has authority to waive the $400 late fee for annual reports filed after May 1st. The provision for waiver in s. 607.193(2)(b),F.S. was repealed during the 2010 Legislative Session. All business entities except non-profit corporations must pay the late fee, if the annual report is filed after May 1st.

Due Date:

Annual Reports are due January 1st and become delinquent if not filed by May 1st.

 


 

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