Debra A. Simmons, CPA

Statement of Information Forms

In Business Info on September 23, 2011 at 11:08 pm

Statements of Information for newly-formed domestic stock corporations must be filed with the California Secretary Of State (SOS) within the first 90 days of filing the Articles of Incorporation and then every year after that in the month of incorporation. Domestic nonprofit corporations must file also within this 90-day period, but subsequent Statements of Information are then filed every two years in the month of incorporation.

Statements of Information for newly-formed LLCs must be filed with the SOS within the first 90 days of filing the Articles of Organization, and then every two years after that in the month of organization or registration. The Statement of Information forms for domestic stock and nonprofit corporations Forms SI-100 and SI-200 may be filled out and submitted online. LLCs must print out Form LLC-12 and mail it to the SOS.

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