Initial reports are information updates due to the secretary of state after you form or
register a business entity, such as an LLC, corporation, or nonprofit. Due dates vary by state, but
often fall within 90 days of registration.
Currently, only a handful of states have initial report requirements, which makes them easy to
overlook. Filing your initial report on time helps you protect the good standing of your newly
In addition to initial reports, almost all states require entities to submit
annual reports to maintain good standing in
You can quickly navigate to the specific initial report requirements for your corporation, LLC, or
nonprofit on this page. Our handy reference table will provide you with the initial report due dates
and filing fees for each entity type in every state.
With little consistency across jurisdictions, tracking deadlines and filing on time presents a
challenge for organizations of all sizes. We offer
Managed Annual Report Service to offload your initial and annual reports.
We track your due dates and file on time, every time.