Kentucky Annual Report Filing Instructions
What is the fee to file the Kentucky annual report?
How to file your Kentucky Business Services annual report:
The Kentucky Secretary of State sends out annual report postcards in January each year. The process is simple; you verify the information on the card, or correct it if needed. Mail the signed card back to the secretary of state with a check for the filing fee.
Or even easier:
Kentucky charities are required to register with the Kentucky Attorney General. There is no registration fee. The annual renewal requirements are to send a copy of the IRS Form 990 to the Kentucky Attorney General, Charity Division, by the same due date as with the Federal IRS; typically May 15th.
When is the Kentucky Annual Report Due?
Does Kentucky have initial reporting requirements?
No, just by June 30th the year after filing.
None, but you will receive a delinquent notice stating that you have 60 days to file before dissolution or revocation.
How do I get notified?
Kentucky Secretary of State sends a reminder postcard to your principal address of your business in January.
Who can file Kentucky annual reports?
Postcards should be signed by an officer, partner or member, but anyone with authority can file online.
Are original signatures needed?
Kentucky Secretary of State
Office of Attorney General
File Annual Reports Online: http://www.sos.ky.gov/business/annualreports/
Northwest Registered Agent, LLC.
Lexington, KY 40509
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