Georgia Annual Registration Filing Instructions
What is the cost to file the Georgia Annual Report?
How to file your Georgia Corporations Division annual registration:
Corporations, LLCs, and LPs have to file an annual registration with the Georgia Secretary of State, Corporations Division.
It is simple to file your Georgia annual report online, especially if you are not making any changes. Follow the link below and enter your Georgia Control Number, which you can find on your annual report reminder or by doing a name search for your business.
You can choose to mail in the paper form. It is just the bottom portion of the annual registration that you send back. The Secretary of State will send this to you, but if you need a new annual registration form, you can create one on their website at the link below.
Are there initial report requirements in Georgia?
Georgia domestic corporations, profit, nonprofit and professional must file an initial annual report within 90 days of incorporation. All other business entities in Georgia have no initial report requirements.
When is the Georgia Annual Report Due?
All Georgia corporations, LLCs, LPs, LLPs and LLLPs, both domestic and foreign file reports annually between January 1st and April 1st.
Charities are required to have a separate registration with the Secretary of State, Securities Division. The registration must be renewed by the registration anniversary date of the charity every two years.
If you file the annual report after April 1st you will have to pay a $25 late fee.
How do I get notified?
Georgia Secretary of State mails you a reminder. Charities receive the actual renewal form in the mail one month ahead of due date.
Who can file Georgia annual reports?
Any authorized person can file the annual report.
Office of Secretary of State
Professional Licensing Boards and Securities Division
File Renewal Online: https://cgov.sos.state.ga.us/Account.aspx/LogOn?ReturnUrl=%2fhome.aspx
Northwest Registered Agent, LLC.
Roswell, GA 30076
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