Alaska Biennial Report Filing

Declare to the state of Alaska that your business is still operating by filing an business report every other calendar year by January 2nd, even if your business is brand new. (If you initially filed/registered in an even numbered year the Biennial Report will be due every even numbered year. If you initially filed in an odd numbered year the Biennial Report will be due every odd numbered year.)

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The state of Alaska requires all businesses to fill out an Biennial report that shows that you are opening a new business or confirming that your current business is still in existence. Failing to file an Alaska Biennial Business Report could cause a company to fall into noncompliance and lead to serious penalties, fees, and punishments. In severe instances this can cause hardships for businesses. As a result, adhering to all applicable regulations is important.

Alaska businesses must submit their reports biennially, and for any for-profit corporation they are due by January 2nd. Any reports filed after February 1 will incur a late fee penalty. Those who file in an even numbered year will have to file their report every subsequent even number year, while those who filed initially in an odd numbered year will have to submit their report in each odd numbered year in order to meet Alaska filing requirements.

Let Us File Your Alaska Biennial Business Report

Worried about filing your biennial business report to the State of Alaska? Let us do it for you. Our convenient filing services come with the following benefits:

  • Experienced preparation
  • Guaranteed on-time filing
  • Keep your Alaska business operating legally
  • Avoid late fees and penalties

We Protect Your Privacy

Your privacy is of utmost importance to us and we go to great lengths to keep your personal information from falling into the wrong hands. As part of our promise, we:

  • Monitor your Alaska state business records
  • Update your records for you
  • Allow you to use our address when filing instead of yours

We don’t sell your information to anyone. We only provide it to government entities when required and keep it on file so we can help you with your future annual registration needs.

Alaska Annual Registration Filing Fees & Instructions

Alaska annual report filing requirements depend upon the type of business that is filing. Any professional corporation, limited liability company, for profit corporation, or limited liability partnership must file by January 2nd, every other year. Any cooperatives, religious corporations, and non-profit corporations must file their annual reports by July 2nd of every other year.

The State filing fee to file the report is $100 for most organizations, but will be $200 for foreign companies and just $25 for nonprofit organizations.

Alaska Domestic Corporations

State Office: Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
PO Box 110806
Juneau, AK 99811
Phone Number: (907) 465-2550

Due Date: January 2nd
Filing Fee: $100
Penalty: Late Penalty: $37.50
Filing Method: Method of Delivery:

Forms:
Important Information: Strongly suggested to file online. Online filings are done instantaneously, whereas filing by mail will take 10-15 business days. The walk-in option will save the entity a couple of days, but is still subject to the standard mail-in processing times.
Initial Reports must be filed within six months of entity’s formation date.

Alaska Foreign Corporations

State Office: Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
PO Box 110806
Juneau, AK 99811
Phone Number: (907) 465-2550

Due Date: January 2nd
Filing Fee: $200
Penalty: Late Penalty: $47.50
Filing Method: Method of Delivery:

Forms:
Important Information: Strongly suggested to file online. Online filings are done instantaneously, whereas filing by mail will take 10-15 business days. The walk-in option will save the entity a couple of days, but is still subject to the standard mail-in processing times.
Initial Reports must be filed within six months of entity’s formation date.

Alaska Religious Corporations

State Office: Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
PO Box 110806
Juneau, AK 99811
Phone Number: (907) 465-2550

Due Date: January 2nd
Filing Fee: $25
Penalty: Late fee is $5
Filing Method: Method of Delivery:

Forms:
Important Information: Strongly suggested to file online. Online filings are done instantaneously, whereas filing by mail will take 10-15 business days. The walk-in option will save the entity a couple of days, but is still subject to the standard mail-in processing times.

Alaska Domestic Limited Liability Company

State Office: Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
PO Box 110806
Juneau, AK 99811
Phone Number: (907) 465-2550

Due Date: January 2nd
Filing Fee: $100
Penalty: Late Penalty: $37.50
Filing Method: Method of Delivery:

Forms:
Important Information: Strongly suggested to file online. Online filings are done instantaneously, whereas filing by mail will take 10-15 business days. The walk-in option will save the entity a couple of days, but is still subject to the standard mail-in processing times.
Initial Reports must be filed within six months of entity’s formation date.

Alaska Foreign Limited Liability Companies

State Office: Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
PO Box 110806
Juneau, AK 99811
Phone Number: (907) 465-2550

Due Date: January 2nd
Filing Fee: $200
Penalty: Late Penalty: $47.50
Filing Method: Method of Delivery:

Forms:
Important Information: Strongly suggested to file online. Online filings are done instantaneously, whereas filing by mail will take 10-15 business days. The walk-in option will save the entity a couple of days, but is still subject to the standard mail-in processing times.
Initial Reports must be filed within six months of entity’s formation date.

Alaska Non-Profit Corporations

State Office: Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
PO Box 110806
Juneau, AK 99811
Phone Number: (907) 465-2550

Due Date: July 2nd
Filing Fee: $25
Penalty: Late Penalty: $5 imposed onto the Entity after August 1st.
Starting February 1. Late fee for a domestic LLC is $37.50.
Filing Method: Method of Delivery:

Forms:
Important Information: Strongly suggested to file online. Online filings are done instantaneously, whereas filing by mail will take 10-15 business days. The walk-in option will save the entity a couple of days, but is still subject to the standard mail-in processing times.
Initial Reports must be filed within six months of entity’s formation date.

Alaska Foreign Non-Profit Corporations

State Office: Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
PO Box 110806
Juneau, AK 99811
Phone Number: (907) 465-2550

Due Date: July 2nd
Filing Fee: $25
Penalty: Late Penalty: $47.50
Filing Method: Method of Delivery:

Forms:
Important Information: Strongly suggested to file online. Online filings are done instantaneously, whereas filing by mail will take 10-15 business days. The walk-in option will save the entity a couple of days, but is still subject to the standard mail-in processing times.
Initial Reports must be filed within six months of entity’s formation date.

Alaska Domestic Professional Corporations

State Office: Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
PO Box 110806
Juneau, AK 99811
Phone Number: (907) 465-2550

Due Date: January 2nd
Filing Fee: $100
Penalty: Late Penalty: $37.50
Filing Method: Method of Delivery:

Forms:
Important Information: Strongly suggested to file online. Online filings are done instantaneously, whereas filing by mail will take 10-15 business days. The walk-in option will save the entity a couple of days, but is still subject to the standard mail-in processing times.
Initial Reports must be filed within six months of entity’s formation date.

Alaska Foreign Professional Corporations

State Office: Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
PO Box 110806
Juneau, AK 99811
Phone Number: (907) 465-2550

Due Date: January 2nd
Filing Fee: $200
Penalty: Late Penalty: $47.50
Filing Method: Method of Delivery:

Forms:
Important Information: Strongly suggested to file online. Online filings are done instantaneously, whereas filing by mail will take 10-15 business days. The walk-in option will save the entity a couple of days, but is still subject to the standard mail-in processing times.
Initial Reports must be filed within six months of entity’s formation date.

Alaska Domestic Limited Partnerships

State Office: Not Required
Due Date: Not Required
Filing Fee: Not Required
Penalty: Not Required
Filing Method: Not Required
Forms: Not Required
Important Information: Not Required

Alaska Foreign Limited Partnerships

State Office: Not Required
Due Date: Not Required
Filing Fee: Not Required
Penalty: Not Required
Filing Method: Not Required
Forms: Not Required
Important Information: Not Required

Alaska Domestic Limited Liability Partnerships

State Office: Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
PO Box 110806
Juneau, AK 99811
Phone Number: (907) 465-2550

Due Date: January 2nd
Filing Fee: $100
Penalty: Late Penalty: $37.50
Filing Method: Method of Delivery:

Forms:
Important Information: Strongly suggested to file online. Online filings are done instantaneously, whereas filing by mail will take 10-15 business days. The walk-in option will save the entity a couple of days, but is still subject to the standard mail-in processing times.
Initial Reports must be filed within six months of entity’s formation date.

Alaska Foreign Limited Liability Partnerships

State Office: Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
PO Box 110806
Juneau, AK 99811
Phone Number: (907) 465-2550

Due Date: January 2nd
Filing Fee: $200
Penalty: Late Penalty: $47.50
Filing Method: Method of Delivery:

Forms:
Important Information: Strongly suggested to file online. Online filings are done instantaneously, whereas filing by mail will take 10-15 business days. The walk-in option will save the entity a couple of days, but is still subject to the standard mail-in processing times.
Initial Reports must be filed within six months of entity’s formation date.

How to File Your Alaska Secretary of State Annual Report

For faster, better results, it’s highly recommended to file biennial reports online. These online reports will post immediately and carry no risk of arriving late. In order to file online or offline, businesses must enter their Alaska Entity Number and then either print out a hardcopy form for completion or complete the online form.

All biennial reports will require a number of things including:

  • Document numbers
  • Official and legal name of the business
  • Federal employee ID number
  • Principal business address
  • And more

Companies must also submit the full payment required of the annual report filing service along with any potential late fee penalties.

Our Alaska Biennial Business Report Service

We offer secure, professional business report preparation and filing services for the State of Alaska. Hire us and you’ll never need to worry about missing a report deadline or paying hidden fees or penalties. We’ll make sure your business remains in good legal standing so you don’t face the threat of administrative dissolution.

Alaska Business Report Filing Service Benefits

Our business report filing services can benefit you in the following ways:

  • Hassle-free annual compliance with the Alaska Department of Commerce
  • No missed deadlines or late fees
  • Professionally prepared and submitted filing service

Have questions about our annual report services or business compliance solutions? Contact us or fill out our convenient online price quote form.

Alaska Business Annual Report FAQS

These reports must be filed every other year starting from the initial year of filing. For any for-profit organization, the filing deadline is January the 2nd, while the deadline is July 2nd for non-profit organizations. For example, if a company is created in an odd-numbered year, they will be required to file their report on all subsequent odd-numbered years. Those that are formed in an even-numbered year must file each year that ends in an even number.

The price to file a report will vary depending upon the type of business that is filing the report. The basic prices are as follows.

  • Domestic LLCs, LLPs, and PLLCs – $100
  • Foreign LLCs, LLPs, and PLLCs – $200
  • Domestic nonprofits – $25

It’s important to remember that these fees are just the basic fees – late filing penalties and any appropriate taxes must also be paid each year in order to stay compliant in Alaska.

For all domestic organizations, the late fee for filling is $37.50. For foreign based companies, the late fee is $47.50

Any person working for the company who is authorized to do so is allowed to file a company report every other year. This generally includes upper management, but in certain instances others may end up completing the filing process.

All professional organizations, non-profit and for-profit alike, must file a report. The only exception is that LPs aren’t required to file a report. This is regardless of any profits or losses that the business experiences and regardless of any taxes or other operating costs that may be incurred.

Alaska Business Resources

Alaska Office of Secretary of State
Phone Number:
(907) 465-2550

Address:
Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
PO Box 110806
Juneau, AK 99811

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