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NEVADA ANNUAL REPORT
Most Nevada businesses are required to file an Annual List with the Nevada Secretary of State each year. With this filing, your business typically submits two hefty fees: one for the Annual List and one for the Business License.
The Annual List: Essentially an annual report, the Annual List is an update to your corporate information registered with the state. Membership and ownership information, business and mailing addresses, and registered agent information can be updated with this filing annually. The very first list you file is called the “Initial List” and is submitted when you first register your business.
The Business License: Unless exempt, every person or entity doing business in Nevada is required to get a Business License and renew it each year. You don’t need a separate form to apply for or renew your license—the fee for the Business License is submitted together with the fee and form for the Initial/Annual List.
When you hire Northwest Registered Agent, we will professionally prepare and submit your Annual List in advance of the compliance deadline. Our service includes both the filing of the Annual List and the payment of the Business License fee.
NV Annual List & License Costs, Due Dates and How to File
|Business Type||Cost||Due Date||How to File|
|Domestic and Foreign
|Last Day Anniversary Month||Online & Mail|
|Nonprofit Corporations||$50*||Last Day Anniversary Month||Online & Mail|
|Domestic and Foreign
LLCs, LPs, LLPs and
|Last Day Anniversary Month||Online & Mail|
*In addition to the $50 Annual List fee, some nonprofits must also get a Business License ($200/year). You don’t need to obtain a business license if you have 501(c) status from the IRS and are exempt (but you’ll need to submit a notarized Declaration of Eligibility along with your Articles of Incorporation).
**LLLPs filed pursuant to Nevada Revised Statutes Chapter 88 pay $50 more each year, for a total of $400.
How to File Annual Lists With the Secretary State:
The Nevada Secretary of State sends the annual forms to your Nevada registered agent. The easiest way to file is online. We furnish a link at the bottom of this page. Just set up an account and follow the prompts. You do the Annual List and Business License together online.
You can complete and submit the paper form in person or by mail, with the fees. Either use the one received from your Nevada registered agent, or download the form from the Secretary of State website. The online method is recommended and processing is immediate.
We will prepare and file your Annual List and pay your Business License fee for only $100 plus state fees. You never have to worry about missing compliance deadlines, getting hit with penalties and late fees, or losing your good standing. Simply hit Order Now and we will take care of the rest.
NEVADA ANNUAL REPORT FAQS
What is the cost to file the Nevada Annual List?
Nevada goes a bit crazy with their annual fees to keep a business in compliance with the Secretary of State. When you file your Nevada Annual List, you have to pay the list fee as well as the Business License Application fee.
NV Profit Corporations: So, in addition to their $500 Business License fee, NV profit and professional corporations (domestic and foreign) pay an Annual List fee that is based on the value of their authorized stock.
$75,000 or less: $150
$75,000 – $200,000: $175
$200,000 – $500,000: $275
For the first $1,000,000: $375
Each additional $500,000: $275
Maximum Fee: $35,000
NV LLCs, LPs and LLPs: The Annual List fee is $150, plus $200 for the Business License fee.
NV LLLPs: Most LLLPs pay the usual $150 list fee and $200 license fee. However, LLLPs filed under NRS Chapter 88 pay $200 for the Annual List and $200 for the Business License fee.
NV Nonprofits: The Annual List fee is $50. Nonprofits file the business license application and pay the $200 fee unless they have 501(c) status from the IRS and are exempt. Also, note that if your nonprofit is a charity, most Nevada charities must submit a Charitable Solicitation Registration Statement to the Secretary of State’s office alongside their Initial and Annual Lists.
Does Nevada have an initial report requirement?
Yes! When you start a business in Nevada, NV Corporations, PCs, Nonprofits, LLCs, PLLCs and all Partnerships, domestic and foreign, must file an Initial List and Business License application by the last day of the month after filing with the Secretary of State. The Initial List can be filed online.
When is the Nevada Annual List due?
All Nevada Corporations, nonprofits, LLCs, LPs, LLPs, and LLLPs (domestic and foreign) are required to file their Annual List AND pay for their Business License renewal by the end of their anniversary month each year. So, if your Nevada Secretary of State filing date is March 23, 2018, your first annual report is due March 31, 2019.
What are the penalties for a delinquent Annual Report?
Nevada charges a late penalty for a delinquent Annual List and another late fee for the Business License. Since both forms are due together, if you miss the due date, most businesses will owe Nevada an additional $175.
NV Corps, LLCs, LPs, LLPs and LLLPs: $75 late fee penalty for late Annual List
NV Corps, LLCs, LPs, LLPs, LLLPs and non-exempt nonprofits: $100 late penalty for late Business License fee
NV Nonprofits: $50 for late Annual List
Once your business is delinquent, its status is in ‘Default.’ After one year, all default businesses are revoked with high reinstatement fees.
How do I get notified?
The Secretary of State mails an Annual List form to your Nevada registered agent. You can count on us to make sure you have the information you need to file your Nevada Annual List. We even keep track of your reporting date and provide email reminders.
Who can file Nevada Annual List?
If you file online, anyone with authority can file.
If you mail the paper Annual List form:
- Corporation Annual Lists must be signed by an officer.
- LLC Annual Lists must be signed by a manager, or if none, a managing member.
- Partnership Annual Lists must be signed by a general partner.
Are original signatures needed?
Nevada Secretary of State
202 North Carson Street
Carson City, NV 89701-4201
Phone: (775) 684-5708
Fax: (775) 684-5725
File Annual List: https://nvsos.gov/SOSWebAccountManager/login.aspx
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