Annual Report Filing
Turn-key service to keep your 501(c)3 in Good Standing using our Nonprofit Corporation State Annual Report Service
We track dates and requirements so you don't have to!
15 Minutes to "Done"
Peace of mind for $175
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I not only recommend them but would choose them again and again if i have to incorporate any other non-profit organizations in the future.
Rich & Cris Darnell, ZoeExpressions, NY
As an accountant, I know how people often get in trouble forgetting to file with the IRS.
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John Boyle, CTC,
IRS Enrolled Agent, AZ
I didn’t have the money to pay lawyers or file paperwork on my own - and was confused and ready to give up.
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Chystal Pate, Founder
Healing & Hope,TX
How it works
3 simple steps. It's that easy.
1) Sign Up and Provide Profile
2) Complete a Simple Form
3) Instant Confirmation
Annual Report Requirements & FAQ
Are any nonprofits exempt from filing the Nonprofit Corporation
State Annual Report?
Regardless of the name or term used - Periodic Report, Statement of Information, or Annual Report, every state requires every formal entity type to file this report. The reason is that without a regular reporting mechanism for both nonprofits and for-profit companies, your Secretary of State would have no way of knowing which organizations may have gone out of business, moved, or lost the ability to operate.
When is the Nonprofit Corporation State Annual Report due?
Each state has its own, independent schedule for these filings. The actual due date may coincide with the month the corporation was formed, or your state may have a specific month in which the report is due for all corporations.
What happens if I fail to file the Nonprofit Corporation State Annual Report?
An organization that fails to file their Annual Report will receive a notice of Delinquent Status, followed by "Administrative Dissolution" - which renders the organization defunct an d out of business.
Oh no! Our Nonprofit Corporation was dissolved. Can we reinstate it?
Each state has its own rules and internal guidelines - which are always evolving. If your corporation has been dissolved and you would like us to reinstate it, we handle that on a case-by-case basis.
The best thing in this case is to book a call with one of our Specialists so we can find the best avenue to restoring the life and health of your organization: Click here to book a call.
Because it shouldn't be hard to do good!
$167 for Filing Service + $35 Government Filing Fee