After you incorporate in Florida, you will be required to file a Florida Corporation Annual Report every year. You can file a Corporation Annual Report online with the Department of State. The annual filing fee is $150. The reporting deadline is May 1.
After you incorporate in Florida, the Corporation Annual Report is an opportunity for the Department of State to update its official records of your company. This is why you must file each year. It is in the best interest of your corporation and the Department of State to keep updated, accurate records.
A reminder notice for your report will come to your registered agent in Florida.
You can alter the following information on the report (if any of these change during the year, you are required to file the change either during the year or on your Annual Report):
- Registered agent information
- Principal business office address
- Names or addresses of directors or officers
- Employer Identification Number