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In certain states, a Corporation or Limited Liability Company (LLC) is required to file an Initial Report, also known as a Statement of Information with the secretary of state’s office. This information is required by the state so that they can keep up to date with the company’s vital information.  Most states will require you to submit information about the company’s business activity including information about directors and officers of the corporation and the registered agent and registered office of the corporation. In most states, there is a small filing fee associated with this filing.


Certain states require that you file an Initial Report/Statement of information upon the initial formation of your business. Scheduled filings vary by state; failure to submit this filing with the requested information in a timely manner by the requested deadline may result in the assessment of penalties and late fees by your state. In addition, your newly formed company may also be subject to suspension and/or dissolution.

The Following States require initial Report:
CA, CT, GA, LA, MO, NV, NM, WA

Initial Reports FAQ’s

  • Question: Do I have to file an Initial Report?

    Answer: The initial report is a state requirement in certain states. This varies upon jurisdiction. Please visit your state specific page on our site for more specific details.

  • Question: When is my Initial Report due?

    Answer: In most cases your initial report is due shortly after the corporation or LLC is formed with the state. Schedules for each state vary.  Failure to provide the required information on time may result in such penalties and late fees by your state. In addition your business may also be subject to suspension or dissolution. It is very important to not miss your deadline.

  • Question: Who May File?

    Answer: Anyone can file this Initial Report however; in most cases the state will require at least one signature of the Director/Member of the company.

Initial Report Filing

The Following States require initial Report:
CA, CT, GA, LA, MO, NV, NM, WA

Let CorpNet™ process this filing for you!
Maintaining your company in good standing is an ongoing process. CorpNet™ is here to assist you every step of the way and can easily process and file your company’s Initial Report/Statement of Information on your behalf for a minimal service fee.

If you are interested in having CorpNet™ file your Initial Report/Statement of Information on your behalf, we can help by saving you both time and money with service that is fast, reliable, and affordable in processing the documents required to file your Initial Report….   And remember, our services are backed by a 100% satisfaction guarantee.  We make everything easy for you so that you can focus on what you do best – running your business!

Business Filings

Standard: 2-4 weeks
Rush: 1-2 weeks (additional fees apply)

*Service fees shown above DO NOT include Shipping & Handling; Additional state fees may apply and will be quoted upon order confirmation. Prices subject to change without notice.

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