Licensing and Regulatory Affairs
Every limited liability company is required to file an Annual Statement each year. The bureau sends a pre-printed form to the registered office of each company 90 days before the due date. The company should check that the details are correct, reporting changes in resident agent and registered office. If the limited liability company is formed after September 30, it is not required to file an annual statement on February 15 immediately succeeding its formation. Failure to file the annual statement will result in the company no longer being in good standing after two years and the name becomes available to any other corporation, limited partnership or limited liability company.