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Puerto Rico Annual Report Service & Filing Instructions

Corporate Compliance by Local Corporate Guides®

All Puerto Rico corporations must file an annual report each year. All Puerto Rico LLCs must pay an annual fee of $150. All annual reports and annual fees are filed with the Department of State. Below, we have a step-by-step guide to filing your annual report OR paying your annual fee. Our guide includes due dates, fees, instructions, requirements, and frequently asked questions.

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We’ll worry about filing your Puerto Rico Annual Report so you don’t have to.

  • Guaranteed On-Time Filing
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  • Maintain Good Standing
  • Keep Your Company Active

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When we file your annual report, we help keep your personal information private.

  • Stay Off “Inactive” Lists
  • Keep State Info Current
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Puerto Rico Annual Report Service

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How to File Your Puerto Rico Annual Report

To file your Puerto Rico Annual Report, you’ll need to complete the following steps:

  1. Determine your company’s due date and fees.Puerto Rico Corporations: $150, annual report

    Puerto Rico Nonprofit: $5, annual report

    Puerto Rico LLCs: $150, annual fee

    All reports and fees must be submitted by April 15 each year.

  2. Complete your report online through the Government of Puerto Rico website.
  3. Submit your report and filing fee with the Department of State.

We’ve provided a guide below to help you complete these steps and successfully file your Puerto Rico Annual Report.

Puerto Rico Annual Report Due Dates and Fees

Puerto Rico Annual Report fees vary by entity type. Corporations have a $150 filing fee and nonprofits have a $5 filing fee. LLCs don’t file annual reports; however, they do pay an annual fee of $150. We’ve organized this information into an easy-to-read chart below.

Puerto Rico Annual Report Fee Schedule

Business Type

Cost

Due Date

How to File

Puerto Rico annual reports and annual fees are filed each year by April 15.

Corporations

$150

April 15

Online

Foreign Corporations

$150

April 15

Online

Limited Liability Companies (LLCs)

$150, annual fee

April 15

Online

Foreign LLCs

$150, annual fee

April 15

Online

Nonprofits, Cooperatives, and Religious Corporations

$5

April 15

Online

Late Fees: Puerto Rico charges fairly hefty late fees for failing to file an annual report or pay an annual fee. Corporations will be charged $750. Nonprofits will be charged $75 and LLCs will be charged $500 PLUS 1.5% interest per month you are late.

Filing Your Puerto Rico Annual Report OR Annual Fee

Annual reports and annual fees must be file online through the Puerto Rico Business Portal.

  1. On the state website, click “2019 Annual Report” on the left side of the screen.
  2. Enter your business name and click “search.”
  3. Select your business from the search results by clicking your company’s name.
  4. Then, click “Next” on the upper right hand corner of the screen.

When filling out the annual report, you’ll include the following information and update it if necessary:

  • Name and incorporation registration number.
  • Physical and postal address of the designated office.
  • Name and physical address of the resident agent.
  • Name and postal address of at least two officers of the corporation who are in office at the time of filing, including the officer signing the report.
  • A balance sheet showing the (profit) corporation’s financial condition at year’s end. If your profit corporation does more than $3 million in total revenue each year, you must have a financial statement audited by a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), licensed by the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico.

When paying the Annual Fee, you’ll include the following information:

  • Name, address, phone number, and email of Authorized Person

You must pay all fees online with a credit card.

Rather not deal with the hassle of filing yourself? Or worried you’ll forget to file? Avoid incurring late fees and penalties when you hire Northwest Registered Agent to file your Puerto Rico Annual Report for you.

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How Our Puerto Rico Annual Report Service Works

For $100 plus the state-mandated report fee, we’ll file your annual report. For most domestic corporations, that’s $250 total.

  • You can sign up for this service by itself or add it on to an existing service inside your client account. Compliance service is also automatically added when you sign up for our registered agent service or hire us to form your Puerto Rico LLC or Puerto Rico corporation.

  • Once you’re signed up for compliance 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 will list OUR contact information instead of yours on the report form. Puerto Rico 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 card 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.

Puerto Rico Annual Report FAQ

When are Puerto Rico Annual Reports OR Annual Fees Due?

All annual reports and fees must be submitted by April 15 each year.

How much does it cost to file a Puerto Rico Annual Report or pay the Annual Fee?

Puerto Rico Corporations: $150, annual report
Puerto Rico Nonprofits: $5, annual report
Puerto Rico LLCs: $150, annual fee

Are there late fees or penalties if I don’t file my Puerto Rico Annual Report or pay the Annual fee?

If you don’t file your Puerto Rico Annual Report or pay the annual fee on time, you will be charged a hefty late fee. Corporations are assessed a $750 late fee. Nonprofits are charged $75, and LLCs must pay $500 PLUS you will charged 1.5% interest PER MONTH you are late.

What information is required when filing my Puerto Rico Annual Report or paying the Annual Fee?

When submitting the Puerto Rico Annual Report, you will include the following information and update it if necessary.

  • Name and incorporation registration number.
  • Physical and postal address of the designated office.
  • Name and physical address of the resident agent.
  • Name and postal address of at least two officers of the corporation who are in office at the time of filing, including the officer signing the report.
  • A balance sheet showing the (profit) corporation’s financial condition at year’s end. If your profit corporation does more than $3 million in total revenue each year, you must have a financial statement audited by a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), licensed by the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico.

When paying the Annual Fee, you will include the name, address, phone number, and email of the authorized person paying the fee.

Who can file a Puerto Rico Annual Report or pay the Annual Fee?

After starting a business in Puerto Rico, any authorized person may sign the Puerto Rico Annual Report or pay the Annual Fee. An authorized person is someone the 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 annual report service, we complete and file your Puerto Rico Annual Report.

Where can I get more information about Commonwealth of Puerto Rico Annual filing?

Puerto Rico Department of State
Calle San José
San Juan 00901
Puerto Rico
T: (787) 772- 2121 EXT. 4002
https://www.estado.pr.gov/en/contact-us/

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