ATTENTION ALL CORPORATIONS & LLCS – Have You Filed Your Annual Report?

The State of North Carolina requires that all reports be filed directly with the Secretary of State. The annual report IS NOT part of the income tax filing process. 

The annual report is due no later than the 15th  day of the fourth month following year-end. If your business operates on a calendar year-end, the annual report is due on April 15th. All Limited Liability Companies (LLCs) must be filed by April 15th regardless of year-end.

This annual report may be downloaded from the Secretary of State website and mailed with your payment, or electronically filed with online payment. Credit cards, electronic checks, or ACH payments are acceptable. You can click on the link below to view the annual report due dates and fees. 

Did you receive a Notice of Grounds for Administrative Dissolution/Revocation letter from the Secretary of State? Click here to read more about this notice. You will need to also click on the “Why the Notice of Grounds?”.

If you have questions or require additional assistance, please contact a professional at our office.

Annual Report Due Dates and Fees

Follow this link to file your North Carolina Annual Report.Source: North Carolina Secretary of State