Filing a Florida LLC Annual Report
A Florida LLC annual report is one of the most important requirements towards annual maintenance of a limited liability company in the state. There are several aspects that you need to consider like the Florida LLC annual report fee and the date of filing as this will help in making the process of filing the report hassle free. Let’s look at these aspects in detail.
How do I file LLC annual reports in Florida?
The State of Florida requires you to file a Florida LLC annual report pursuant to FL Stat § 605.0212 (2019) with the Division of Corporations. You will have to file your LLC annual report using the Sunbiz portal of the Department of State, Division of Corporations. It has to be filed online and the portal can be accessed using the 6 or 12-digit number that has been assigned to your limited liability company when it was registered with the Division of Corporations.
Alternatively, We at IncParadise can help you file the annual report online along with the Florida LLC annual report fee. When you file an annual report through us, the process is quick and easy and as a result, it saves you precious time. This is not all, IncParadise can help with filling of the annual report in such a way that you can avoid making any mistakes and ensure your annual report doesn’t get rejected by the Division of Corporations.
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Florida LLC Annual Report Fee
The fee for filing a Florida LLC annual report for a domestic entity as well as a foreign LLC is $138.75. If you are filing online then payment of the fee can be made using a debit card, a credit card, as well as a Prepaid Sunbiz E-File Account. You can also use a check or money order to submit your Florida LLC annual report fees.
When is the due date to file your LLC annual report?
If you are filing a Florida LLC annual report for the first time then the filing date is between January 1 and May 1 of the year following the year in which the domestic LLC was formed or the foreign limited liability company received its certificate of authority.
For Example: If you have formed a domestic or foreign limited liability company on September 15, 2021 then according to Florida LLC annual requirements, your first annual report will have to be filed between January 1 and May 1, 2022.
You will have to submit subsequent annual reports by May 1, each year pursuant to FL Stat § 605.0212 (2019).
As a client of IncParadise, you will have access to our entity management software, which will send you email notification for filing Florida Annual reports more than a month prior to the due date. As a result, you will be able to order it using our system in advance and prevent any late filing penalties.