Initial Reports Business Filing
Many states require a business filing for what is known as an Initial Report at the time of the business formation. This is one of the occasions when the state will collect information about your business activities and locations, as well as current contact information for the business owners and managers. If required by your state, this is a very important business filing that gets your business off to the right start with the state.
We can complete this business filing for you, allowing you to focus on your business.
Once you have completed your initial business filing, you have an obligation to keep it current and compliant. While this process varies by state and by entity type, it is in your best interest to understand the process for your entity type and state.
These types of business filings are due by specific deadlines, which also vary by state and corporate structure. Examples include Initial Reports, Annual Reports, Amendments, Foreign Qualifications, Reinstatements and Dissolutions.
Failing to keep your entity compliant with these rules can lead to state imposed late fees and penalties, plus your LLC or Corporation could be suspended or even dissolved. Some of these documents, like Initial Reports, may be due in your state upon the filing of your entity.
EZOnlineFiling.com will be glad to assist you with information about your state and handling any necessary business filings.
An expert in business filing practices created our simple process. It was designed to be so easy that anyone could do it.
Here’s how it works:
- Speak with our specialist:
We will ask you simple questions related to your business filing to ensure a smooth completion. This often takes as little as 10 minutes and will keep you from guessing whether you’ve done everything that’s needed.
- We complete your business filing with the state:
Once we have Step 1 completed, we will create the documents that the state needs for the formation. We give them a quality check to make certain your answers are accurately reflected and the actual filing with the state takes place.
- Final steps:
Once we receive your business filing documents back from the state, we will forward them to you along with any other related papers or directions.
Truly as easy as 1, 2, 3! All of the confusing processes that happen in-between these three steps are handled by us. That’s the real magic of what we do!
Q: What is an Initial Report?
A: Many states require businesses to complete a business filing that is known as an Initial Report at the time of the business formation. This is one of the occasions when the state will collect information about your business activities and locations, as well as current contact information for the business owners and managers. If required by your state, this is a very important filing that gets your business off to the right start with the state.