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Annual Report Due Dates

The due date for an annual report depends upon the type of business entity your company is. The chart below explains the due dates by entity type.

Type of entity When report is due Fee
Business Corporations and Banks The business Corporation annual report is due to the Secretary of State’s Office the 15th day of the fourth month following the entity’s fiscal year end.

Start with the day your fiscal year ends. Then add 4 months. Your report is due on the 15th day of the 4th month.
Online $20.00*

Paper $25.00
Limited Liability Company (LLC or L3C ) Your report is due on April 15th of each year after the year of creation. Online $202.00*

Paper $200.00
Partnerships (LLP and LLLP) Start with the day your fiscal year ends. Then add 4 months. Your report is due on the 15th day of the 4th month. Online $202.00*

Paper $200.00
N.C.G.S. Chapter 54, Article 16, Cooperative Associations (with common stock) Before the 1st day of March of each year to the NC Secretary of State’s Office and copied to the Marketing Division at the Department of Agriculture. Paper only $10.00

No form available at this time

* Fee includes a $2.00 electronic filing fee

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