|Agency:||Internal Revenue Service (IRS)|
By the 15th day of the 5th month following the end of the taxable year. For most organizations, the tax year ends December 31 so the Form 990 is due May 15.
Alaska does not have sales or use taxes.
|Agency:||Alaska Division of Corporations, Business and Professional Licensing|
Mail or online.
$25 for nonprofit corporations. $100 for cooperative corporations. $25 for religious corporations.
Immediately online. ~10-15 business days by paper.
July 2nd. If you initially filed/registered in an even numbered year the Biennial Report will be due in July of every even numbered year. If you initially filed in an odd numbered year the Biennial Report will be due in July of every odd numbered year. You can start filing 3 months prior.
$5 late fee if filed after August 1.
|Agency:||Alaska Department of Law - Consumer Protection Unit|
Alaska Statutes § 45.68.010 et seq. and 9 Alaska Administrative Code § 12.010
|Foreign Qualification is Prerequisite:||No|
|Registered Agent (Special Agency) Required?||No|
|Exemption Eligible Organizations:|
Exempt organizations may elect to submit a Notice of Exemption to notify the Department of Law.
|Before you Apply:|
|How to Apply:|
Mail, fax, or online.
Renewals are due annually by September 1.
|Due Date Extension:|
Alaska does not grant extensions for charitable organization registration.
There is no need to notify the state of a change to an organization's fiscal year.
To close out your registration, email email@example.com with the effective date of the cancellation and the reason for cancelling.
Maintain a registered agent that has a street address in Alaska. The registered agent is responsible for receiving legal documents such as service of process. Appointing a registered agent service is often preferable to listing an officer or director, as their information often changes. Consider using our registered agent service in Anchorage , AK to maintain compliance with the state requirement.