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FAQ | Business Law
If you have a corporation or a limited liability company (LLC), you have to file the Statement of Information with Secretary of State. The Statement of Information is public records. It basically informs the public as to who are the officers, board members, agent for process, and the address of the entity.
Before its due date, you will receive a small postcard from Secretary of State of California with instructions on how to file this report. You also have to file a Statement of Information if there are changes to board members and officers of the entities.
If you fail to file on time, there is a $250 late filing penalty that is assessed by the Franchise Tax Board.
If you have a corporation, the Statement of Information is due every year. If you have an LLC, the Statement of Information is due every other year.
The filing fee is $25 for Corporations. The filing fee is $20 for Limited Liability Companies. There are no fees for submitting a Statement of Information to update the entity record in between filing periods.
For Corporations, you can file it at https://businessfilings.sos.ca.gov/. If nothing has changed from the prior year, all you must do is mark that box and move to the next step. If anything has changed, you must complete the entire form, not just the item that changed. For Limited Liability Companies, you can file it at https://llcbizfile.sos.ca.gov/SI. If nothing has changed from the prior year, all you must do is mark that box and move to the next step. If anything has changed, you must complete the entire form, not just the item that changed.