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How To File An Oregon Annual Report

How To File An Oregon Annual Report

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How To File An Oregon Annual Report

One requirement for maintaining a Limited Liability Company (LLC), Limited Partnership (LP), Limited Liability Partnership (LLP), or corporation in Oregon is filing an Annual Report. The Report confirms and updates the company’s information each year with the Oregon Secretary of State.

Related: How to form an LLC in Oregon

Who Needs to File an Annual Report?

Domestic and foreign corporations, LPs, LLPs, and LLCs, are required to file an annual report each year after the year the company was formed.

If you would rather use a service that guarantees the annual report is filed on-time and right, check out the annual report filing services through Northwest and Harbor Compliance.

What is Needed to File an Oregon Annual Report?

You have the option of filing your Oregon LLC, LP, LLP, or Corporation’s Annual Report online or by mail. To file online, visit the Oregon Secretary of State’s website; otherwise, you can download and fill out the Annual Report.

The report asks for information such as:

  • Secretary of State Registry Number – Find your Registry Number by entering your business name and find the first field, which is listed as “Registry Nbr.”
  • Legal name of the entity
  • Business activity description
  • Mailing address
  • Contact information for the Oregon Registered Agent
  • Name and address of the officers, directors, members, and/or managers
  • Contact email address

Processing takes one business day when filing online or 7-10 business days when filing by mail.

Oregon Annual Report Cost

The Oregon Annual Report filing fee for either the Corporation, LLC, LP, or LLP is $100.

Annual Report Due Date

The Annual Report is due by the anniversary date of the formation of the entity.  The anniversary date can be found on the filed Articles of Organization or by searching your business name on the Oregon Business Registry Database.  

If the Corporation or LLC were formed on June 1st, 2024, the first annual report deadline would be June 1st, 2025.

The Oregon Secretary of State’s office emails a reminder notice in advance of the Annual Report due date. Even though a reminder is sent, it’s important to make an additional reminder for yourself should you not receive it. 

Oregon Annual Report FAQs

My business made little or no money.  Do I still have to file the Oregon Annual Report?

Even if your Oregon corporation or LLC received no income or had no business activity, the Annual Report is still required to be filed.

What happens if you don’t file the Oregon Annual Report on time?

While there are no fees for a late Annual Report filing, if the Annual Report isn’t filed within 45 days of the due date, the entity’s ability to operate will be revoked by the Oregon Secretary of State.

Oregon Secretary of State Contact Information

Oregon Secretary of State
255 Capitol St. NE, Suite 151
Salem OR 97310

If you have questions, they can be contacted at (503)986-2200, Monday through Friday, from 8 am to 5 pm.

How To File An Oregon Annual Report

How To File An Oregon Annual Report

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