Friendly Reminder! Annual reports are due by May 1st. An annual report must be filed each year for your business to maintain an “active status.” If this report is not received by May 1st, the state of Florida will add a $400 fine to the standard fees. If the report isn’t filed by mid-September, the state will dissolve or revoke the company.
If you need our assistance or have any questions with the annual report, please contact us and we will be happy to help.
What is a Florida Annual Report?
The Florida annual report is a document your business will file each year to confirm or update your business information on the state’s records. This includes management or membership information, your company’s principal office address and mailing address, and information about your Florida registered agent.
This document is filed with the Department of State and is kept in the Division of Corporations’ records, which means it’s also freely available to the public on Florida’s Sunbiz website.
Our team at Kendrick Law Group is always willing and able to take the annual report filing off your hands. If you have any additional questions about your business, don’t hesitate to ask, we are here to help.