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IF YOU HAVE NOT FILED YOUR ANNUAL REPORT, DO SO BEFORE JULY 1 TO SAVE $$

Connecticut law requires annual report filings for the following business entities: Stock Corporations; Nonstock Corporations; Limited Liability Companies; Limited Partnerships; and Limited Liability Partnerships. The purpose of the annual report is to ensure the accuracy of the information on record regarding your business entity. The annual report does not require any financial information.  The statutory filing fees for annual reports are as follows >

These fee increases to $80 effective July 1, 2020
Online filing of annual reports is mandatory unless you request a waiver. Failure to file annual reports subjects the business entity to administrative dissolution and will prevent you from obtaining a Certificate of Legal Existence (Good Standing) for the business. The CT Secretary of State will administratively dissolve entities that fail to file annual reports. Recent administrative dissolution activity by the Secretary of the State office is listed here.

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