Instructions For Filing Your Rhode Island Annual Report Form
What is the cost to file the Rhode Island Annual Report?
How to file your Rhode Island Division of Business Services Annual Report:
RI Corps, PCs Nonprofits, LLCs, L3Cs (Low-Profit LLC) and PLLCs: There are two options for filing your Rhode Island Annual Report. They are:
RI LPs and LLPs in Rhode Island do not file annual reports.
RI Charity Renewal: RI Charities file an annual Charitable Organization Application form with the Rhode Island Department of Business Regulations, Securities Division, by mail with the filing fee. Find the form at the link below. The major catch is that the PDF form needs to be transferred to a CD before you send the renewal to the Division.
When are Rhode Island Annual Reports Due?
Does Rhode Island have initial report requirements?
No, but you must file by your due date regardless how late in the year you file. So basically, profit corporations only have a three-month grace period.
What are the penalty fees for a delinquent Annual Report?
Failing to file a report within 30 days past the due date will result in a $25 penalty.
How do I get notified in Rhode Island?
The annual report is mailed to your registered agent office two weeks before the start of your filing period. You can trust that you will receive the report, plus reminders and all other corporate documents immediately if you sign up with Northwest Registered Agent LLC.
Who can file Rhode Island Annual reports?
Anyone with authority for Business Services filings, but two officers sign for RI Charities.
Are original signatures needed?
Division of Business Services
Rhode Island Department of Business Regulation
Northwest Registered Agent, LLC.
Providence, RI 02906
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