How To Reinstate A Colorado LLC
Revive Or Reinstate A Colorado Limited Liability Company
To reinstate your LLC in Colorado, you submit online the completed Articles of Reinstatement. This form is for domestic LLCs only. A foreign limited liability company that has withdrawn its authority to do business in Colorado needs to file online the Statement of Foreign Entity Authority. Domestic LLCs that have voluntarily dissolved may file new Articles of Organization for half the price of the Articles of Reinstatement; however, you would appear as a new company. Articles of Reinstatement allows a business to appear as if continually in good standing, which is practical for maintaining tax or employer information with other Colorado agencies. You can go to the link found below to file your reinstatement.
How much will it cost to revive a Colorado LLC?
The online processing fee for Articles of Reinstatement is $100.00.
How long does it take the state to process the filing?
Your Articles of Reinstatement are processed in real time and you appear on the Secretary of State’s Website as “Good Standing” immediately after submitting.
How long does your Colorado LLC have to be inactive with the state before you wouldn’t have any fees, and would just have to start over with a new Colorado LLC?
A dissolved Colorado Limited Liability Company may file a reinstatement at any time. There is no time period where you would be required to file new Articles of Organization. You may have to resume business with an assumed name if your company name has been taken.
Can you change your Colorado registered agent at the same time on the Colorado reinstatement?
Yes, you can change your Colorado registered agent on your reinstatement filing.
Can you change your principal address at the same time on the Colorado reinstatement form?
Yes, you can update your address when you reinstate a business.
Can you change your members and/or managers at the same time on the Colorado reinstatement form?
No. The Colorado Secretary of State has not required any members and/or managers be listed for the record since the year 2000.
How many annual reports can you miss before you can’t revive your Colorado LLC?
You may revive your Colorado LLC at any time. You only miss one periodic report to be listed as delinquent, but that status can continue indefinitely.