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Do I Need To File An Annual Report For My Business Entity In Florida?

Do I Need To File An Annual Report For My Business Entity In Florida?

The Secretary of State requires an annual report to be filed with their office, together with payment of a filing fee that ranges from $138.75 for LLCs and $150.00 for corporations to $500.00 for LPs or LLLPs. The annual report can be filed online at or by U.S. mail. Our office handles the filing of the annual report for those clients who desire that service. The report is required to be filed to maintain “active status” even if there are no revisions to report.

The information to be updated includes entity address, FEIN, officers, directors, members, managers, registered agent and related items. To file the report, a filer must include the entity’s “Document Number” assigned by the Secretary of State. Any information submitted on an annual report will become part of the public record and made available for public view on the Division’s website.

Failure to file, results in the administrative dissolution of the business entity. If the April 30th deadline is not met, a mandatory $400 late fee is imposed before a filer can reinstate the entity.


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