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TENNESSEE ANNUAL REPORT
All businesses in Tennessee are required to submit an Annual Report to the Secretary of State each year. Annual 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. Annual reports can be filed online or by mail.
If you hire Northwest Registered Agent, we will professionally prepare and submit your Annual Report well in advance of your compliance deadline. We guarantee that your Annual Report will be filed properly and on-time. Our service ensures that you remain compliant with this important state requirement.
TN Annual Report Costs, Due Dates and How to File
|Business Type||Cost||Due Date||How to File|
|Profit Corporations||$20||1st Day of 4th Month After Fiscal Year End||Online & Mail|
|Nonprofit Corporation||$5||1st Day of 4th Month After Fiscal Year End||Online & Mail|
|Foreign Corporation||$20||1st Day of 4th Month After Fiscal Year End||Online & Mail|
|Domestic/Foreign LLCs||$50 Per Member ($300 Minimum)||1st Day of 4th Month After Fiscal Year End||Online & Mail|
|Charities||$100 to $300 (Depending Upon Revenue)||6th Month After Fiscal Year End||Online & Mail|
How to File Your Tennessee Commercial Division Annual Report:
TN Corporations, PCs, Nonprofits, LLCs, PLLCs and domestic LLPs have to file annual reports with the Tennessee Secretary of State. TN LPs, GPs and foreign LLPs have no reports. Report filers have two options:
- Filing online is the highly recommended method. You go to the annual report page on the TN Secretary of State website and enter your state control number. You can simply look it up on the site’s business search. Then fill out the form and click, ‘Submit.’ Follow the link below.
- You can go to the same Annual Report webpage and fill out the online form. Without submitting the form online, print it out and mail it in with a check for the filing fee. You can also request a replacement report by mail, email or by telephone.
Tennessee Division of Charitable Solicitations & Gaming:
Charitable organizations that solicit contributions in Tennessee have to register and renew annually with the Division. You can download the forms from the Division webpage or file the Charity Renewal online. The Federal 990 form must be attached. A link is furnished below.
We will prepare and file your Annual 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.
TENNESSEE ANNUAL REPORT FAQS
What is the cost to file the Tennessee Annual Report?
TN Corporations and PCs-domestic and foreign: $20 (add $20 more if changing registered agent on report.)
TN Nonprofits domestic and foreign: $5 (add $20 more if changing registered agent on report.)
TN LLCs and PLLCs-domestic and foreign: $50 per member; $300 minimum and $3,000 maximum. (Changing agent? Add $20.)
TN LLPs-domestic: $50 per member; $250 minimum and $2,500 maximum, plus $20 if changing agent info on the report.
TN GPs, LPs and foreign LLPs: No report.
TN Charities renewal: $100 to $300 based on yearly gross revenue.
Online annual report filing requires an additional credit card convenience fee of $2.25 for corporations and $8.25 for LLCs and domestic LLPs.
When are Tennessee Annual Reports Due?
Tennessee LLCs, PLLCs and domestic LLPs must file their annual reports by the first day of the fourth month after the close of your fiscal year. For most companies, the fiscal year ends on December 31 and the annual report is due April 1st.
TN Charities renew by the end of the 6th month after the end of the fiscal year; generally June 31th.
Does Tennessee have initial report requirements?
No. After starting a business in Tennessee, just file by the fourth month after the fiscal year end.
What are the penalty fees for a delinquent Annual Report?
No late fees from the Division of Business Services. If you don’t file the report you get a delinquency notice. If you don’t file the report and fee within 60 days of that notice you will be administratively dissolved or revoked.
The Charity Division penalizes a late charity renewal $25 per month.
How do I get notified?
Annual report notices are sent to the business address. The notice will include the control number you need to file the report online.
If you sign up for our Tennessee registered agent service, we send timely reminders to file your annual report.
Who can file Tennessee Annual reports?
An authorized officer, member or partner.
Are original signatures needed?
No; however, if you mail in your charity renewal you will need two officer signatures.
Division of Business Services
Attn: Annual Report
312 Rosa L. Parks Avenue
Snodgrass Tower, 6th Floor
Nashville, TN 37243
Phone: (615) 741-2286
TN Division of Charitable Solicitations
312 Rosa L. Parks Avenue
Snodgrass Tower, 8th Floor
Nashville, TN 37243
Phone: (615) 741-2555
Tennessee Annual Report Compliance Service Includes:
- Instant annual compliance service.
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