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Annual Reports and Filings
Each Nevada Corporation must file an annual statement with the Nevada Department of State - Division of Corporations. Failure to file the annual report on a timely basis will lead to administrative dissolution of your Corporation. Although an administratively dissolved corporation can apply for reinstatement within certain time forms, reinstatement following administrative dissolution is very costly. The cost of reinstating an administratively dissolved corporation is many times as costly as the original formation of your corporation.
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Each Nevada Corporation must also file a statement of its officers and directors before the first day of the second month after filing of the Initial Articles of Incorporation with the State of Nevada.
The initial and annual filings are to be made on forms provided by the Secretary of State. The forms are relatively simple and require only the following: (a) The name of the corporation; (b) The file number of the corporation, if known; (c) The names and titles of the president, secretary, treasurer and of all the directors of the corporation; (d) The mailing or street address, either residence or business, of each officer and director listed, following the name of the officer or director; and (e) The signature of an officer of the corporation certifying that the list is true, complete and accurate.
Our Corporate Kit E-Book contains resources to assist you in obtaining the Initial and Annual forms to be filed with the Secretary of State. It is important that you be certain to comply with these requirements in order to avoid administrative dissolution of your Corporation.
The Division of Corporations is required to send out annual report forms prior to the filing date. However, the Division of Corporations is not responsible for sending out these forms or for notifying you of your need to file an annual report. It is your responsibility to be certain that the annual report is timely filed and to contact the Division of Corporations if you do not receive an annual report form.
It is important to keep the Department of State notified of any changes in your Principal Place of Business and Registered Agent. Official forms and filings are required for notifying the Department of State of these changes. Filing fees are also applicable to these notifications.