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Vermont Annual Report Service & Filing Instructions

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Vermont requires all corporations, LLCs, nonprofits, and LLPs to file a Vermont Annual OR Biennial Report – depending on what type of business you own. These reports must be submitted to the Vermont Secretary of State, Business Services Division. This page offers instructions for how to file the Vermont Annual/Biennial Report yourself. We include due dates, filings fees, required information, and frequently asked questions.

Need to file in another state? Visit our State-by-State Annual Report Guide.

How to File Your Vermont Annual Report

Follow the steps below to file your Vermont Annual Report:

  1. Determine your filing fee and due date.
  2. Complete your report online OR print a paper form.
  3. Send your report to the Vermont Secretary of Sate, Business Services Division.


Vermont Annual Report Due Dates and Fees

Nonprofit corporations and nonprofit cooperatives file biennial reports while other business types files annual reports.

Vermont Annual/Biennial Report Fee Schedule

Business Type


Due Date

How to File



2.5 months after your fiscal year end.

Online or Paper Form

Foreign Corporations


2.5 months after your fiscal year end.

Online or Paper Form

Limited Liability Companies (LLCs)


3 months after your fiscal year end.

Online or Paper Form

Foreign LLCs


3 months after your fiscal year end.

Online or Paper Form

Nonprofits, Cooperatives, and Religious Corporations


Between January 1 and April 1 every other year

Online or Paper Form

Limited Liability Partnerships (LLPs)


Between January 1 and April 1

Online or Paper Form

Foreign LLPs


Between January 1 and April 1

Online or Paper Form

Late Fees: The Vermont Secretary of State will assess your business a $25 penalty fee for failing to file an annual or biennial report. In addition, you will lose your good standing status with the state.

Filing Your Vermont Annual Report

You may file your Vermont Annual Report online OR by mail. No matter how you choose to file, you’ll need to visit the Vermont Secretary of State website.

  • Go to the Client Login page. If you don’t already have an account, you will need to create one by clicking “Create a User Account.”
  • Once you’re successfully logged in, click “File Your Annual/Biennial Report.” Then, follow the prompts to begin the filing process.

Below, is a list of information you’ll need to include, verify, and/or update on your Vermont Annual/Biennial Report:

  • Business name.
  • Business ID. You can find your identification number by searching the Vermont Business Database.
  • Month your previous fiscal year ended.
  • Principal and mailing address.
  • Business email address.
  • Director/officer, member/manager, or partner names and addresses.
  • Signature and title of person filing the report.

When you reach the payment section, you will have the option of continuing with online filing OR printing a paper form. If you file online, you’ll need to pay the filing fee with a credit card or eCheck. If you choose to file by mail, you must include a check or money order.

Rather not deal with filing yourself? Worried about potential penalties or late fees? When you hire Northwest Registered Agent, we’ll complete and file your Vermont Annual Report for you! We’ve got your business covered!

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How Our Vermont Annual Report Service Works

For $100 plus the state-mandated report fee, we’ll file your annual report. For most domestic corporations, that’s $145 total.

  • You can sign up for this service by itself or add it to an existing service inside your client account. Compliance service is also automatically added when you hire us to provide your registered agent service or form your Vermont LLC, Vermont corporation or Vermont nonprofit.
  • Once you’re signed up for business renewal service, you’ll pay nothing up front. We’ll send you a reminder 90 days before your filing due date and auto-charge your preferred payment method five days later.

Annual Report Service Benefits

At Northwest Registered Agent, we’re committed to protecting our clients’ privacy. Vermont Annual Reports are public record, so we’ve designed our annual report service to protect your privacy. Here’s how:

  1. In order to preserve your privacy, we will list OUR contact information instead of yours on the report form.

  2. Only the minimum required information will be included.

  3. We will list our IP address – limiting the connection between your cell phone, personal computer, and work computers – this makes it harder for advertisers to follow you.

  4. We will list our bank and credit information – not yours.

We believe everyone has the right to keep their information private. That’s why privacy is our guiding principle when we create every service and product.

Vermont Annual Report FAQ

Does the state of Vermont require initial reports?

No, the state of Vermont doesn’t require initial reports.

What are the consequences for not filing a Vermont Annual Report?

You will be charged a $25 late fee for failing to file a Vermont Annual Report. If no report is filed within 3 months following your due date, your business will be administratively dissolved or revoked of its rights to conduct business in Vermont.

How long does it take to process a Vermont Annual Report?

Your Vermont Annual Report will be processed within 24 hours after it is received.

Who can file a Vermont Annual Report?

After starting a business in Vermont, any authorized person may sign the Vermont Annual Report. An authorized person is someone the Vermont business permits to act on its behalf. This could be someone within the business (such as a director or manager), or someone outside of the business that you hire to file your report. When you hire Northwest Registered Agent for business renewal service, we complete and file your Vermont Annual Report.

Do Vermont Annual Reports need original signatures?

No, Vermont Annual Reports can be submitted with electronic signatures.

Where can I get more information about the State of Vermont Annual Report filing?

Vermont Secretary of State
Corporations Division
128 State Street
Montpelier, VT 05633-1104
T: (802) 828-2386


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