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NEW MEXICO BIENNIAL REPORT
Most businesses in New Mexico are required to submit an Biennial Report to the Secretary of State every other year. Biennial Reports are updates to the corporate information listed with the state, such as the names and addresses of members/officers, business and mailing addresses, and registered agent information. Biennial reports can be filed online or by mail.
If you hire Northwest Registered Agent, we will professionally prepare and submit your Biennial Report well in advance of your compliance deadline. We guarantee that your Biennial Report will be filed properly and on-time. Our service ensures that you remain compliant with this important state requirement.
NM Biennial Report Costs, Due Dates and How to File
|Business Type||Cost||Due Date||How to File|
|Profit Corporations||$25||15th Day of 4th Month After Taxable Year End Date||Online & Mail|
|Nonprofit Corporation||$10||15th Day of 5th Month After Taxable Year End (Filed Every Year)||Online & Mail|
|Foreign Corporation||$25||15th Day of 4th Month After Taxable Year End||Online & Mail|
|Domestic/Foreign LLCs||No Fee||No Report||No AR|
|Charities||No Fee||6 Months After Fiscal Year End||Online & Mail|
How to File a Biennial Report With the Secretary of State:
New Mexico LLCs do not file annual reports with the NM Secretary of State.
Corporations do file reports with the New Mexico Secretary of State. New Mexico’s reporting system is ridiculous. After the initial report, profit corporations file biennially (every two years). Nonprofit corporations in New Mexico file annually.
The best filing option is to use the New Mexico e-Filing web portal and finish it online. We furnish a link below. The other alternative is to use the form found at the NM Secretary of State website under ‘Corporations.’ Download it, complete the list of officers and mail it in with the filing fee. See the link below.
Any type of partnership in New Mexico must submit an annual report to the New Mexico Secretary of State by drafting their own report from the statute, and including the annual filing fee.
NM Charities must file annual reports electronically each year with the NM Attorney General.
We will prepare and file your Biennial Report 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.
NEW MEXICO BIENNIAL CORPORATE REPORT FAQS
What is the cost to file the New Mexico Biennial Report?
- NM Profit Corporation biennial report: $25
- NM Non-profit annual report: $10
- NM Charities: No fee.
- NM LLCs-domestic and foreign: No reports.
- NM LPs and LLPs-domestic and foreign: $50
When are New Mexico Corporate Reports Due?
NM profit corporations file reports every other year based on the taxable year end date, which is based on the corporate number assigned by the NM Secretary of State. If you get confused, remember that you can search for your corporation at the division website (see link below) and it will show your report due date.
Of course every business has a taxable year ending date each and every year. However, just for the purposes of setting the biennial report date, New Mexico refers to them on a two-year basis. So a NM biennial report is due on or before the 15th day of the fourth month after the end of the taxable year date. That taxable year date will be in an odd-numbered year if your New Mexico corporate number ends in an odd number. If your corporate number ends in an even number, your tax year end date will be an even number. December 31st is the default tax year ending day if no other date is set on the initial report.
NM Nonprofits file reports every year. Nonprofit annual reports are due by 15th day of the fifth month after fiscal year end; which is usually May 15th.
Partnership reports can be filed between January 1st and April 1st, beginning the year after filing their certificate of partnerships.
NM charities need to renew their registration online with the Attorney General six months after their fiscal year end; generally June 1st.
Does New Mexico have initial report requirements?
YES THEY DO! All profit and nonprofit corporations, domestic and foreign, must submit an initial report to the NM Secretary of State, Operations Division, within 30 days of being issued the certificate of incorporation or authorization. The initial report will be sent to you by the division when your processed articles are returned. NM profit corporations pay $25 with the initial report and nonprofits pay an initial fee of $10.
Late fees for a delinquent Biennial Report in New Mexico:
- If you are late filing your NM Corporation’s biennial report, there is $200 penalty. So make sure you have a reliable NM registered agent! We send you email reminders so you always know when to file your corporate reports with the NM Secretary of State.
- The late fee for non-profits is only $10.
- NM Charities pay a $100 penalty for late annual reports.
How do I get notified?
New Mexico Secretary of State sends the report to the corporation’s mailing address.
Who can file New Mexico corporate reports?
An officer must sign.
Are original signatures needed?
Yes. New Mexico requires original ink signatures, unless you file the report online.
New Mexico Secretary of State
325 Don Gaspar, Suite 300
Santa Fe, NM 87501
Phone: (505) 827-3614
Fax: (505) 827-3611
New Mexico Attorney General
408 Galisteo Street, Villagra Building
Santa Fe, NM 87501
Phone: (505) 827-6000
Corporate forms: http://www.sos.state.nm.us/Business_Services/corporation-forms-and-fees-overview.aspx
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