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PENNSYLVANIA DECENNIAL REPORT
All businesses in Pennsylvania are required to submit either a Decennial Report or an Annual Report to the Department of State each year. Decennial 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. Decennial reports can be filed online or by mail.
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PA Decennial Report Costs, Due Dates and How to File
|Business Type||Cost||Due Date||How to File|
|Profit Corporations||$70||Entire Reporting Year||Online & Mail|
|Nonprofit Corporation||$70||Entire Reporting Year (April 30th If Officers Have Changed)||Online & Mail|
|Foreign Corporation||$70||Entire Reporting Year||Online & Mail|
|Domestic/Foreign LLCs||$70||Entire Reporting Year||Online & Mail|
|Charities||$15 to $250 (Depends Upon Contributions)||Within 315 Days After Fiscal Year End||Online & Mail|
How to File Your Pennsylvania Department of State Decennial Report:
Annual and decennial report forms are available on the Pennsylvania Department of State website. They require pretty basic information and are easy to fill out.
PA Corporations, LLCs and LPs:
Corporations, LPs and LLCs in Pennsylvania are required to file a report every ten years. But the report is only required if you have not made other filings (amendments, change of agent, etc.) during the ten year period. The PA Department of State, Corporation Bureau will send you the form you need to complete and send back.
Nonprofit corporations in Pennsylvania file decennial reports if they have not made any new filings with the Department of State during the 10 year period. PA domestic nonprofits are required to file an Annual Report form by April 30th if there has been a change to the corporate information during the previous calendar year. So if one of these annual reports was filed by the nonprofit, the decennial report is not required. If the nonprofit has made a change to its directors or officers, file the Annual Statement – Nonprofit Corporation.
LLPS and PLLCs:
Any domestic or foreign registered limited liability partnership or professional limited liability company in existence on December 31st of any year is required to file a Certificate of Annual Registration by the following April 15th. The form is simple but the fee is high. Mail it in with the filing fee to the Department of State, Bureau of Corporations.
Pennsylvania charities are required to register and annually renew the registration with the Pennsylvania Department of State, Bureau of Charitable Organizations. This form is basically a financial statement that must be mailed into the Bureau with an attached IRS form 990 and the filing fee. The fee is based on gross contributions. Download the Registration Packet for all instructions. See the link below.
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PENNSYLVANIA DECENNIAL REPORT FAQS
What is the cost to file the Pennsylvania Annual or Decennial Reports?
PA Corporations and PCs – domestic and foreign: $70
PA Non profits – domestic and foreign: $70
PA LLCs – domestic and foreign: $70
PA LPs – domestic and foreign: $70
PA domestic LLPs: $310 minimum
PA foreign LLPs: $250 minimum
PA domestic PLLC: $460 minimum
PA foreign PLLC: $380 minimum
PA Nonprofits: $0 – file only when there’s been a change in officers
PA Charities: Annual fee varies from $15 to $250 depending on gross contributions.
When are Pennsylvania Decennial Reports Due?
The decennial report for LLCs and corporations in Pennsylvania is only filed in years ending in 1. So it was due in 2011 and won’t be due again until 2021. If you do need to file a Decennial Report, you will have the whole reporting year to do it.
The annual report for PLLCs and LLPs is due each April 15th.
If a nonprofit has changed officers, their annual statement will be due by April 30th.
PA Charities file the registration statement with the Bureau of Charitable Organizations within 315 days after the close of the fiscal year.
Does Pennsylvania have initial report requirements?
You don’t generally have an initial report when starting a business in Pennsylvania, but LLPs and PLLC that get filed by December 31st must file an annual certificate of registration by the next April 15th.
What are the penalty fees for a delinquent Decennial Report?
There are no late fees for failing to file a required decennial report. The penalty is that you lose the exclusive use of your name in PA. If you file the decennial report late, your name is only reinstated if it has not been taken by another business.
There are severe late fees and penalties for PLLCs and LLPs; $500.
PA Charities are penalized $25 per month past due date.
Pennsylvania Decennial Report Exemptions:
Your company is exempt if your information has been updated with the Department of State in any way during the previous ten years; such as a change of registered office or other amendment.
How do I get notified?
Pennsylvania mails a notice to file a decennial report at the Pennsylvania registered agentaddress. The notice will include your decennial report form and filing instructions. You then have the entire year to file the report. ‘Northwest’ will give you complete compliance tools for your Pennsylvania business.
Who can file Pennsylvania Decennial Reports?
Anyone with authority can file the decennial report. The Certificate of Annual Registration must be signed by a partner or a member.
Are original signatures needed?
Only the Bureau of Charity’s registration and renewal requires original signatures of two officers.
Department of State
P.O. Box 8722
Harrisburg, PA 17105-8722
Phone: (717) 787-1057
Fax: (717) 786-2244
Bureau of Charitable Organizations
207 North Office Building
Harrisburg, PA 17120
Phone: (717) 783-1720
Fax: (717) 783-6014
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