New York Annual Report / Annual Statement / Biennial Statement / Triennial Statement

Learn when and how to file a report in New York

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 New York.

For Corporations:

Agency:New York Department of State - Division of Corporations, State Records and Uniform Commercial Code
Form:

The form is mailed from the New York Department of State to your principal office or registered agent.

Filing Method:

Mail or online.

Agency Fee:

$9

Due:

Biennially by the end of the registration anniversary month. So if you incorporated or foreign-qualified on March 15, then your biennial report is due every two years by March 31.

Law:

New York Code - Business Corporation § 408.

Penalties:

No late fee. Your corporation loses 'good standing' and is publicly marked 'delinquent' in the Department of State records. Your business can be dissolved or revoked.

Notes:
  • An officer, member, or manager may file.
  • Original signatures are not required.
Fact Checked:9/10/19

For Limited Liability Companies:

Agency:New York Department of State - Division of Corporations, State Records and Uniform Commercial Code
Form:

The form is mailed from the New York Department of State to your principal office or registered agent.

Filing Method:

Mail or online.

Agency Fee:

$9

Due:

Biennially by the end of the registration anniversary month. So if you incorporated or foreign-qualified on March 15, then your biennial report is due every two years by March 31.

Law:

New York Code - LLC § 301(e).

Penalties:

No late fee. Your LLC loses 'good standing' and is publicly marked 'delinquent' in the Department of State records. Your business can be dissolved or revoked.

Notes:
  • An officer, member, or manager may file.
  • Original signatures are not required.
Fact Checked:9/10/19

For Nonprofit Corporations:

Not required



Domestic and foreign New York nonprofits are not required to file an annual/biennial corporate report with the New York Department of State.

More information: New York Department of State - Division of Corporations, State Records and Uniform Commercial Code

For Domestic Professional Corporations:

Agency:New York State Education Department - Office of the Professions
Instructions:

Follow the instructions on the domestic professional service corporation page.

Agency Fee:

$105

Due:

Triennially

Fact Checked:6/3/19

For Foreign Professional Corporations:

Agency:New York State Education Department - Office of the Professions
Instructions:

Follow the instructions on the foreign professional service corporation page.

Agency Fee:

$35

Due:

Annually by June 30.

Original Ink:Not required
Notarize:Not required
Fact Checked:6/3/19

For Professional Corporations:

Agency:New York Department of State - Division of Corporations, State Records and Uniform Commercial Code
Form:

The form is mailed from the New York Department of State to your principal office or registered agent.

Filing Method:

Mail or online.

Agency Fee:

$9

Due:

Biennially by the end of the registration anniversary month. So if you incorporated or foreign-qualified on March 15, then your biennial report is due every two years by March 31.

Law:

New York Code - Business Corporation § 408.

Penalties:

No late fee. Your corporation loses 'good standing' and is publicly marked 'delinquent' in the Department of State records. Your business can be dissolved or revoked.

Notes:
  • An officer, member, or manager may file.
  • Original signatures are not required.
Fact Checked:9/10/19

For Professional LLCs:

Agency:New York Department of State - Division of Corporations, State Records and Uniform Commercial Code
Form:

The form is mailed from the New York Department of State to your principal office or registered agent.

Filing Method:

Mail or online.

Agency Fee:

$9

Due:

Biennially by the end of the registration anniversary month. So if you incorporated or foreign-qualified on March 15, then your biennial report is due every two years by March 31.

Law:

New York Code - LLC § 301(e).

Penalties:

No late fee. Your PLLC loses 'good standing' and is publicly marked 'delinquent' in the Department of State records. Your business can be dissolved or revoked.

Notes:
  • An officer, member, or manager may file.
  • Original signatures are not required.
Fact Checked:9/10/19

For Professional LLCs:

Not required



PLLCs are do not file annual or triennial statements with the Education Department.

More information: New York State Education Department - Office of the Professions
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