The "Annual report filing is a prerequisite for maintaining an active business status." Any New Jersey based business that fail to file their annual reports for two consecutive years will be revoked. The information that is contained from the annual report "is public and forms the core of the State's corporate/ business status reporting system." Which NJ Corporations should file an Annual Report?
According to the State of New Jersey, Division of Revenue, "all profit and non-profit corporations (domestic and foreign), as well as all limited partnerships, limited liability companies, and limited liability partnerships must submit annual reports and associated processing fees each year following their dates of incorporation/registration." How does a Corporation file this Annual Report?
Furthermore, State of New Jersey, Division of Revenue, has mandated that this "Annual Report is must be filed online." What are the Annual Fees associated with this Annual Report?
Currently, the annual filing fees associated with this Annual Report are as follows;
- $50.00 for profit corporations, LPs, LLPs, and LLCs
- $25.00 for non-profits