Rhode Island Annual Report

Learn when and how to file a report in Rhode Island.

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 Rhode Island.

For Domestic Close Corporations:

Agency:Rhode Island Secretary of State
Form:

Form 630: Annual Report for Business Corporation

Filing method:

Mail or online.

Agency fee:

$50

Due:

Annually by March 1. You can start filing January 1.

Penalties:

$25 late fee at 30 days late.

For Corporations:

Agency:Rhode Island Secretary of State
Form:

Form 630: Annual Report for Business Corporation

Filing method:

Mail or online.

Agency fee:

$50

Due:

Annually by March 1. You can start filing January 1.

Law:

Rhode Island Statutes § 7-1.2-1501.

Penalties:

$25 late fee at 30 days late.

Notes:
  • Anyone with authority may file.
  • Original signatures are not required.

For Limited Liability Companies:

Agency:Rhode Island Secretary of State
Form:

Form 632: Annual Report for Limited Liability Company

Filing method:

Mail or online.

Agency fee:

$50

Due:

Annually by November 1. You can start filing September 1.

Law:

Rhode Island Statutes § 7-16-66.

Penalties:

$25 late fee at 30 days late.

Notes:
  • Anyone with authority may file.
  • Original signatures are not required.

For Nonprofit Corporations:

Agency:Rhode Island Secretary of State
Form:

Form 631 Non-Profit Corporation Annual Report

Filing method:

Mail or online.

Agency fee:

$22

Due:

Annually by June 30. You can start filing June 1.

Law:

R.I.G.L § 7-6-91

Original Ink:Not required
Notarize:Not required
Penalties:

$25 late fee at 30 days late.

Notes:
  • Anyone with authority may file.
  • Original signatures are not required.

For Professional Corporations:

Agency:Rhode Island Secretary of State
Form:

Form 630: Annual Report for Business Corporation

Filing method:

Mail or online.

Agency fee:

$50

Due:

Annually by March 1. You can start filing January 1.

Penalties:

$25 late fee at 30 days late.

Notes:
  • Anyone with authority may file.
  • Original signatures are not required.

For Trusts:

Agency:Rhode Island Attorney General
Form:

Annual Report for Charitable Trusts

Filing method:

Mail

Agency fee:

$50

Due:

Annually by July 1.

Law:

R.I.G.L. § 18-9-13

Notes:

Only required for charitable trusts.

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