Domestic nonprofit corporations must file a complete Statement of Information (Form SI-100) within the first 90 days of filing the Articles of Incorporation, after which a Statement of Information is due every two years (every odd year or every even year based on year of initial registration).
How often does a California corporation have to file a statement of information?
Every corporation and every limited liability company is required to file a statutory Statement of Information either every year or every two years as applicable. The Secretary of State mails a reminder postcard to the business entity’s address of record approximately three months prior to the date its filing is due.
What is a California statement of information?
The Statement of Information form shows a company’s owners/officers, business address(es), and business description. A corporation/LLC must file a Statement of Information within 90 days of their Articles of Incorporation/Organization to do business in the state of California.
Where do I send my California statement of information?
The completed form along with the applicable fees can be mailed to Secretary of State, Statement of Information Unit, P.O. Box 944230, Sacramento, CA 94244-2300 or delivered in person (drop off) to the Sacramento office, 1500 11th Street, Sacramento, CA 95814.
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