Frequently Asked Questions
What information is required for filing an LLC annual report in Washington?
Filing an LLC annual report in Washington requires specific information and adherence to certain procedures. The report, filed with the Washington Secretary of State, must include details of LLC members and officers, the name and address of the registered agent, the address of the principal place of business, and a type and description of the LLC business. This information is required even if there are no changes from the previous year's report. The report can be filed through the Washington Business Licensing Service website. A filing fee is required, with the amount varying depending on whether the report is filed on paper ($250) or online ($300). The State ID number assigned to your LLC is also needed for filing. The first annual report must be filed within 120 days of filing the LLC formation papers, and subsequent reports must be filed annually before the end of the month in which the LLC was formed. Penalties apply for late filing, including a $25 fee and potential dissolution of the LLC by the State.
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