Annual/Biennial Reports

Annual Reports | Biennial Reports

2014 Annual Reports Now Due For:

  • Corporations & LLCs with fiscal year ends of:
    • December (12) - by 03/15/2015
    • November (11) - by 02/15/2015

2015 Annual Reports Now Due For:

  • All LLPs & MBEs - by 04/01/2015

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Determine a Business's Fiscal Year End

 
2015 Biennial Reports now due for:

  • All Nonprofits who initially registered in 2014.
  • All Nonprofits who last filed in 2013 or prior.

Due anytime before 04/01/2015

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Determine a Nonprofit's Year of Last Report Filing

 

As a business entity registered with the state of Vermont, the business entity must maintain its good standing for as long as it does business in Vermont. This is accomplished by filing a regular information statement called an annual report or a biennial report, depending on the business structure.

The information needed is minimal in nature and merely confirms the vital information about your business. Please review the information specific to your business structure:

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Annual Reports

Profit Corporations & Limited Liability Companies (LLC/PLC/L3C)

As a profit corporation, profit cooperative corporation, or a limited liability company (LLC/PLC/L3C), you must renew your business registration each fiscal year by filing an annual report each year within the first two and a half months following the fiscal year end on record with the Vermont Office of the Secretary of State.

For example, if your fiscal year end on record is December (12), your annual report is due anytime between January 1 and March 15 each year.  For complete list, please see "Report Due Dates."

Limited Liability Partnerships (LLP) & Mutual Benefit Enterprises (MBE)

As a limited liability partnerships (LLP) or a mutual benefit enterprises (MBE), you must renew your business registration each calendar year following registration by filing an annual report anytime between January 1 and April 1 each year following your initial registration (regardless of fiscal year end).

Online Annual Report Filing

You may now file your annual report online in a few easy steps:

  1. Log into our Online Business Service Center.  
    • If you are a returning customer, please use your assigned login from previous years.
    • If you are a first-time filer, just select "Create User Account" and create your own login. Please keep this safe for use in future years.

  2. Select “File Your Annual/Biennial Report" from Online Services on the Main Menu. (left side of screen)

  3. Follow the on-screen prompts & confirm, update, or enter all required information. 

Detailed Annual Report How-to Guide

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Annual Report Filing by Mail

To file your annual report by correspondence with a traditional paper check, you must complete the online filing process (above) and select this option at the end as a method of payment.  


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Biennial Reports

As a nonprofit corporation or a nonprofit cooperative corporation you must renew your nonprofit registration every two years, beginning the first year following initial registration, by filing a biennial report anytime between January 1 and April 1.

Online Biennial Report Filing

You may now file your annual report online in a few easy steps:

  1. Log into our Online Business Service Center.
    • If you are a returning customer, please use your assigned login from previous years.
    • If you are a first-time filer, just select "Create User Account" and create your own login. Please keep this safe for use in future years.
       
  2. Select “File Your Annual/Biennial Report" from Online Services on the Main Menu. (left side of screen)
     
  3. Follow the on-screen prompts & confirm, update, or enter all required information

Detailed Biennial Report How-to Guide

File Biennial Report Now


Biennial Report Filing by Mail

To file your biennial report by correspondence with a traditional paper check, you must complete the online filing process (above) and select this option at the end as a method of payment.

This page was last updated: 2015-01-16