Our Annual Report Solutions keep your business compliant with your state's annual report requirements.
Have a specific question about a product? A CT Specialist will follow up with a custom quote along with a comprehensive assessment of your needs.
CT's Electronic Filing tools lets you submit, confirm and monitor your annual report filings online. Plus, our experienced service teams are here to help you, and answer your questions.
We do all the preparation work, including preparing all of the forms and verifying your information, all the way to submitting the annual report with the state notifying you of the successful filing.
Let CT proactively manage your complete annual report process for you. From start to finish, month to month, our team becomes an extension of your team, to protect your business as if it were our own.
To keep your business running smoothly, it’s absolutely vital that you remain compliant with state annual report requirements. We’ll make sure you meet all your deadlines and stay up to date.
With so much at stake, it’s nice to know you have an experienced partner who will help you steer clear of problems.
We've worked in the ever-changing world of regulations and legal compliance for over 125 years. There's nothing we haven't seen, and nothing we can't handle.
Organize and track your compliance across multiple jurisdictions through all the layers of complexity—giving you more efficiency, consistency, and time.
Not all states have annual reports. Some have biennial reports (due every other year) instead. Whether annual or biennial, the primary purpose of a company’s annual report remains the same. An Annual Report provides updated information on the business. Many details for a business can change in the course of a year. The business may have moved locations. Management of the business might have changed. The annual report provides states with a means for keeping updated information on businesses.
Chances are, yes. Nearly every state requires an annual information report from every corporation and LLC that operates under its jurisdiction. Your company is required to file in the state where you first formed as well as in every other state where you’re registered to do business.
If you file late or fail to file altogether, you’ll probably incur a few serious fines and penalties. Your business may lose its good standing in that state. Worse, you could face administrative dissolution or a revocation of authority to do business in the state—jeopardizing your protection from business debts.
Our in-house legal team tracks legislative and regulatory changes, so you can be sure that every filing is accurate.