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Most Colorado businesses are required to file an annual report with the Colorado Secretary of State
Important Tip To save money, file your annual report online.

If your small business is an LLC, LLP, or corporation, then you must file an annual report with the Colorado Secretary of State.  This list is not exhaustive, and regardless of your business form, chances are you must comply with this requirement.

The annual report is a straightforward document that requires basic business information.  It can be filed electronically or by mail, though we recommend electronic filing, which costs $10 compared to the $100 mail filing fee. 

To determine when your annual report is due, check the Colorado Secretary of State’s website at http://www.sos.state.co.us/biz/BusinessEntityCriteriaExt.do.  Enter your company’s name, and you can view your annual report filing month, which is typically the month that a business’s articles were originally filed.  In addition, the state will mail your registered agent a reminder when an annual report due date is coming up.
 

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Important Tip: 
To save money, file your annual report online.
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