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According to the Florida Statutes (F.S.). 607.1622 Annual report for Department of State and the Florida Business Corporation Act, any corporation domestic or foreign authorized to transact business in Florida is required to file a sworn annual report by May 1 of each year.
Annually starting on January 1st and ending on May 1. Limited liability companies, limited partnerships, and other for-profit corporations, will be subject to a non-negotiable late fee of $400 imposed by the Department of State if the annual report is filed after midnight Eastern Standard Time on May 1st. Please note that non-profit corporations are not subject to the $400 late fee. If you fail to file your annual report by the third Friday of September, your business entity may be administratively dissolved or revoked in the State's records on the fourth Friday of September. It is important to file your annual report on time to avoid these fees and potential dissolution or revocation of your business entity.
In Florida, business entities are required to file an annual report in order to maintain their active status. If a business entity fails to file its annual report, it may be 'administratively dissolved' or 'administratively revoked' This means that the entity's status has been changed to inactive by the state government. Additionally, a business entity may be 'involuntarily dissolved', which means that it has been dissolved by the state due to failure to comply with state laws or regulations. If a business entity has been administratively dissolved, involuntarily dissolved, or revoked, it may file a reinstatement application in order to reactivate its status. will help you ensure that your company stays active and avoids being listed as 'inactive' by keeping your records up-to-date with the state. Our team is dedicated to providing quick and responsive customer support, and we will update your records within 48 hours of any changes you report to us. Choose us for professional preparation that keeps your business running smoothly.
The cost of filing your Annual Report with GovFile is any State Fees plus $134.99.
The cost of filing your Reinstatement with GovFile is any State Fees plus $149.99.
If your company was dissolved over a year ago, please contact the state directly for your reinstatement process.
If you need to cancel your order, you will be eligible for a full refund if the filing document has not yet been submitted to the Florida Division of Corporations, typically within 24 hours of your filing request. On filing deadlines, like May 1st, the filing document is processed immediately and we cannot provide a full refund. To request a cancellation, please email [email protected].
No, it is possible to file the report through another third-party filing company instead or directly with the Florida Division of Corporations.
No, is a private company. Please note that we are not affiliated with or associated with the Florida Division of Corporations, the Florida Department of Revenue, the Florida Department of State, the IRS, or any other government agency. We are a third party entity that provides services to assist with annual filing tasks.
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