Utah Annual Renewal / Annual Report

Learn when and how to file a report in Utah

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 Utah.

For Corporations:

Agency:Utah Department of Commerce - Division of Corporations and Commerical Code
Form:

Annual Report / Renewal Form

Filing Method:

Mail or online.

Agency Fee:

$20

Due:

Annually by the end of the month of initial registration. So if you incorporated or foreign-qualified on March 15, then your annual report is due every year by March 31. You can start filing 60 days prior.

Law:

Utah Code § 16-10a-1607.

Penalties:

$10 late fee. Your business also risks being dissolved or revoked.

Notes:
  • Anyone with authority may file.
  • Original signatures are not required.
Fact Checked:9/10/19

For Limited Liability Companies:

Agency:Utah Department of Commerce - Division of Corporations and Commerical Code
Form:

Annual Report / Renewal Form

Filing Method:

Mail or online.

Agency Fee:

$20

Due:

Annually by the end of the month of initial registration. So if you incorporated or foreign-qualified on March 15, then your annual report is due every year by March 31. You can start filing 60 days prior.

Law:

Utah Code § 48-3a-212. 

Penalties:

$10 late fee. Your business also risks being dissolved or revoked.

Notes:
  • Anyone with authority may file.
  • Original signatures are not required.
Fact Checked:9/10/19

For Nonprofit Corporations:

Agency:Utah Department of Commerce - Division of Corporations and Commerical Code
Form:

Annual Report / Renewal Form

Instructions:

Postcard is mailed from the Utah Division of Commerce to your registered agent. 

Filing Method:

Mail or online.

Agency Fee:

$10

Due:

Annually by the end of the month of initial registration. So if you incorporated or foreign-qualified on March 15, then your annual report is due every year by March 31. You can start filing 60 days prior.

Law:

Utah Code § 16-6a-1607

Penalties:

$10 late fee. Your business also risks being dissolved or revoked.

Notes:
  • Anyone with authority may file.
  • Original signatures are not required.
Fact Checked:9/10/18

For Professional Corporations:

Agency:Utah Department of Commerce - Division of Corporations and Commerical Code
Form:

Annual Report / Renewal Form

Filing Method:

Mail or online.

Agency Fee:

$20

Due:

Annually by the end of the month of initial registration. So if you incorporated or foreign-qualified on March 15, then your annual report is due every year by March 31. You can start filing 60 days prior.

Penalties:

$10 late fee. Your business also risks being dissolved or revoked.

Notes:
  • Anyone with authority may file.
  • Original signatures are not required.
Fact Checked:9/10/18

For Professional LLCs:

Agency:Utah Department of Commerce - Division of Corporations and Commerical Code
Form:

Annual Report / Renewal Form

Filing Method:

Mail or online.

Agency Fee:

$20

Due:

Annually by the end of the month of initial registration. So if you incorporated or foreign-qualified on March 15, then your annual report is due every year by March 31. You can start filing 60 days prior.

Penalties:

$10 late fee. Your business also risks being dissolved or revoked.

Notes:
  • Anyone with authority may file.
  • Original signatures are not required.
Fact Checked:9/10/18

For Limited Liability Limited Partnerships:

Agency:Utah Department of Commerce - Division of Corporations and Commerical Code
Form:

Annual Report / Renewal Form

Filing Method:

Mail or online.

Agency Fee:

$20

Due:

Annually by the end of the month of initial registration. So if you incorporated or foreign-qualified on March 15, then your annual report is due every year by March 31. You can start filing 60 days prior.

Law:

Utah Code § 48-2e-212.

Penalties:

$10 late fee. Your business also risks being dissolved or revoked.

Notes:
  • Anyone with authority may file.
  • Original signatures are not required.
Fact Checked:9/10/19
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