Arizona Annual Report

Learn when and how to file a report in Arizona.

Annual and biennial reports are entity information updates typically filed with the Secretary of State. Depending on the state and entity type, report due dates and fees vary. See the table below for information on filing a report in Arizona.

For Corporations:

Agency:Arizona Corporation Commission - Corporations Division
Form:

Start online filing then click the link to "print form" or contact the ACC to have them send you a form.

Filing method:

Mail or online.

Agency fee:

$45

Turnaround:

See current processing times. Expedited processing available for $35.

Due:

Annually by anniversary of formation or registration. You can start filing 3 months prior.

Law:

A.R.S. § 10-1622

Penalties:

$9/month. A Notice of Pending Administrative Dissolution will be mailed to the corporation's statutory agent approximately 90 days after the due date. If the annual report is not submitted, approximately 60 days after the date of the Notice, the corporation will be administratively dissolved.

Notes:
  • An officer listed on the report must file.
  • You may not change your registered agent using this annual report.
  • If you file online, be sure to print the receipt page at the end of the process (after the credit card payment page) for your records.
  • If you file by mail, be sure to include a cover page.

For Limited Liability Companies:

Not required



No annual report is required for a domestic or foreign Arizona limited liability company.

More information: Arizona Corporation Commission - Corporations Division

For Limited Liability Limited Partnerships:

Agency:Arizona Secretary of State - Business Services
Form:

Annual Report

Filing method:

In-person or Mail.

Agency fee:

$3

Turnaround:

2-3 weeks; expedited service available for $25 (24-48 hours) 

Due:

Annually by April 30. Can be filed as early as January 1.

Law:

A.R.S. § 29-1103 

Penalties:

$25 late fee. Possible loss of qualification.

For Limited Liability Partnerships:

Agency:Arizona Secretary of State - Business Services
Form:

Annual Report

Filing method:

In-person or Mail.

Agency fee:

$3

Turnaround:

2-3 weeks; expedited service available for $25 (24-48 hours) 

Due:

Annually by April 30. Can be filed as early as January 1.

Law:

A.R.S. § 29-1103 

Penalties:

$25 late fee. Possible loss of qualification.

For Nonprofit Corporations:

Agency:Arizona Corporation Commission - Corporations Division
Form:

Start online filing then click the link to "print form" or contact the ACC to have them send you a form.

Filing method:

Mail or online.

Agency fee:

$10

Turnaround:

See current processing times. Expedited processing available for $35.

Due:

Annually by date of initial registration.

Law:

A.R.S. § 10-11622

Penalties:

Nonprofit corporations are not assessed penalties. 

Notes:
  • An officer listed on the report must file.
  • You may not change your registered agent using this annual report.
  • If you file online, be sure to print the receipt page at the end of the process (after the credit card payment page) for your records.
  • If you file by mail, be sure to include a cover page.

For Professional Corporations:

Agency:Arizona Corporation Commission - Corporations Division
Form:

Start online filing then click the link to "print form" or contact the ACC to have them send you a form.

Filing method:

Mail or online.

Agency fee:

$45

Turnaround:

See current processing times. Expedited processing available for $35.

Due:

Annually by anniversary of formation or registration. You can start filing 3 months prior.

Law:

A.R.S. § 10-1622

Original Ink:Not required
Notarize:Not required
Penalties:

$9/month. A Notice of Pending Administrative Dissolution will be mailed to the corporation's statutory agent approximately 90 days after the due date. If the annual report is not submitted, approximately 60 days after the date of the Notice, the corporation will be administratively dissolved.

Notes:
  • An officer listed on the report must file.
  • You may not change your registered agent using this annual report.
  • If you file online, be sure to print the receipt page at the end of the process (after the credit card payment page) for your records.
  • If you file by mail, be sure to include a cover page.

For Professional LLCs:

Not required



No annual report is required for a domestic or foreign Arizona professional limited liability company.

More information: Arizona Corporation Commission - Corporations Division
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