While usually required to be filed by May 1 of every year, due to COVID-19 the Florida Secretary of State extended the deadline for Corporations, Limited Liability Companies, Limited Partnerships, and Limited Liability Limited Partnerships to file their 2020 Florida Annual Uniform Business Report to June 30, 2020. A non-negotiable late fee of $400 will be added to the State’s filing fee for entities that file their Florida Annual Report after this deadline. Failure to file a 2020 Florida Annual Report for an entity will result in the administrative dissolution or revocation of the entity in September 2020.
Even if a third party, like Cross Street Corporate Services, LLC, serves as your entity’s registered agent, it is your responsibility to file the Annual Report with the State of Florida. Annual Reports should be electronically filed at the Florida Department of State’s website.
If you have specific questions for the Florida Secretary of State regarding filing your annual report, you can speak to someone with the Florida Secretary of State’s Division of Corporations by calling 850-245-6000. The Florida Secretary of State also answers a number of commonly asked questions about filing annual reports online.
If Williams Parker’s affiliate, Cross Street Corporate Services, LLC, serves as your registered agent, when you file the annual report on www.sunbiz.org, please be sure that the fields relating to the name and address of the Registered Agent are completed as follows:
- Registered Agent Name: This field should remain blank. Do not list an individual attorney or Williams Parker here.
- Business to Serve as Registered Agent: Please list Cross Street Corporate Services, LLC, in this field.
- Street Address of Registered Agent: Please list 200 South Orange Avenue, Sarasota, FL 34236 in this field.
If you are changing your registered agent to Cross Street please type your name and “as Agent” in the signature field.
Please let us know if there is anything we can do to assist you in filing your entity’s annual report.