5 common mistakes made when filing the Florida Annual Report
- Not filing on time – The report is due on May 1st.
- Having incorrect or out-of-date addresses and names on the company.
- Forgetting to input the EIN number.
- Not filing because you did no business – Regardless of whether the company does any business, if you want to keep the entity active, you must file the annual report each year.
- Not ensuring that the name and address of the registered agent are current. The registered address is the legal address of the company.
It is important that the information is current so you receive any official correspondence.
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