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Delaware's Annual Report Filing Deadline is Approaching
Published on Jan 12, 2012
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If you've formed a business in Delaware, either as your home state or Foreign Qualification, you'll need to file an Annual Report.
The due dates for Delaware's Annual Report are as follows:
Domestic Corporations and Not for Profits
March 1, 2012
No annual report is required, but LLCs must pay an annual tax of $250.00 by June 1, 2012
June 30, 2012
Please keep in mind that there are state fees associated with all of these filings, except for exempt domestic corporations.
What Happens if the Report is Filed Late?
The penalty for not filing a completed Annual Report on time varies depending on which type of formation you have.
Domestic Corporations and Not for Profits: the penalty for failing to file a completed Annual Report on or before the deadline is $125. In addition, interest on any unpaid tax balance is charged at 1.5% per month.
LLCs: the penalty for payments made after the due date is $200.00. Interest accrues on the tax and penalty at the rate of 1.5% per month.
Foreign Corporations: if the Annual Report is not made by the due date, Foreign corporations are assessed a penalty of $125.
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