New Mexico Annual & Biennial Reports

Declare to the state of New Mexico that your business is still in operation by filing a biennial report every other year by the 15th day of the third month after your company's taxable year end date.

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Annual and biennial reports are documents that your business must file if it wishes to remain in good standing with the state of New Mexico. For-profit businesses need to declare to the state of New Mexico that their business is still operating by filing a biennial report every other year. Limited liability partnerships and nonprofit corporations must file an annual report with the state.

Both biennial and annual reports are filed with the New Mexico Secretary of State to make them aware of any significant structural changes that have occurred to your business. For example, when filing an annual or biennial report, you must declare any changes to the names or addresses of officers or a change in your business’ address. You should be aware, however, that these reports do not serve as an opportunity to change your business name.

Let Us File Your New Mexico Business Report

Worried about filing your biennial or annual report to the State of New Mexico on time? Let us do it for you. Our convenient filing services come with the following benefits:

  • Experienced preparation
  • Guaranteed on-time filing with the State of New Mexico
  • Keep your New Mexico 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 New Mexico business’ state 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 we keep it on file so we can help you with your future annual registration needs.

New Mexico Business Report Filing Fees & Instructions

The cost of filing an annual or biennial report with the New Mexico Secretary of State's office depends on the type of corporation that is filing. For-profit corporations must pay $25 to file their report, while non-profit corporations must pay $10 to file their annual business report. Limited liability companies do not have to file with the state. If your business does not file its report on time, there is a $200 late filing penalty.

If your company makes a change to your registered office or your registered agent, you must inform the state of New Mexico. If this change occurs during a year you would not file your biennial report, you must inform the state as soon as possible. This report costs $25 to file.

New Mexico Corporations (Domestic & Foreign)

State Office:
New Mexico Corporations Division
325 Don Gaspar Suite 300
Santa Fe, NM 87501
Phone Number: 505.827.4511

Due Date: Every other year based on the taxable year end date, which is based on the corporate number assigned by the NM Secretary of State
Filing Fee: $25
Penalty: $200
Filing Method: Online
Forms: Online Filing Only
Important Information: If you are unsure when your report is due, click here.
An officer must file.

New Mexico Limited Liability Companies / Professional Limited Liability Companies (Domestic & Foreign)

State Office:
New Mexico Corporations Division
325 Don Gaspar Suite 300
Santa Fe, NM 87501
Phone Number: 505.827.4511

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

New Mexico Non-profit Corporations (Domestic & Foreign)

State Office:
New Mexico Corporations Division
325 Don Gaspar Suite 300
Santa Fe, NM 87501
Phone Number: 505.827.4511

Due Date: Annually by four months and fifteen days after the close or your taxable year, usually May 15th.
Filing Fee: $10
Penalty: $10
Filing Method: Online
Forms: Online Filing Only
Important Information: If you are unsure when your report is due, click here.
An officer must file.

New Mexico Professional Corporations (Domestic & Foreign)

State Office:
New Mexico Corporations Division
325 Don Gaspar Suite 300
Santa Fe, NM 87501
Phone Number: 505.827.4511

Due Date: Every other year based on the taxable year end date, which is based on the corporate number assigned by the NM Secretary of State
Filing Fee: $25
Penalty: $200
Filing Method: Online
Forms: Online Filing Only
Important Information: If you are unsure when your report is due, click here.
An officer must file.

New Mexico Limited Partnerships (Domestic & Foreign)

State Office:
New Mexico Corporations Division
325 Don Gaspar Suite 300
Santa Fe, NM 87501
Phone Number: 505.827.4511

Due Date: January 1st – April 1st
Filing Fee: $50
Penalty: $200
Filing Method: Online
Forms: Online Filing Only
Important Information: If you are unsure when your report is due, click here.
An officer must file.

New Mexico Limited Liability Partnerships (Domestic & Foreign)

State Office:
New Mexico Corporations Division
325 Don Gaspar Suite 300
Santa Fe, NM 87501
Phone Number: 505.827.4511

Due Date: January 1st – April 1st
Filing Fee: $50
Penalty: $200
Filing Method: Online
Forms: Online Filing Only
Important Information: If you are unsure when your report is due, click here.
An officer must file.

New Mexico Limited Liability Limited Partnerships (Domestic & Foreign)

State Office:
New Mexico Corporations Division
325 Don Gaspar Suite 300
Santa Fe, NM 87501
Phone Number: 505.827.4511

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

New Mexico General Partnerships (Domestic & Foreign)

State Office:
New Mexico Corporations Division
325 Don Gaspar Suite 300
Santa Fe, NM 87501
Phone Number: 505.827.4511

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

How to File Your New Mexico Secretary of State Annual Report

In order to file your New Mexico secretary of state annual report, you’ll need to visit the New Mexico Secretary of State’s website and visit the Corporation tab. From here, you’ll find the forms for different types of businesses. Download the proper form, complete it, print it out, and mail it in along with the filing fee.

You can also file online, submitting the finished report and the filing fee directly through the website.

Either way, the process can be convoluted thanks to New Mexico’s confusing due dates and processes. A better option may be to let our team take care of the filing process for you. We can complete your form and file it for you, ensuring that you remain compliant without all of the hassle that filing can bring with it.

Our New Mexico Annual Business Report Service

We offer secure, professional annual registration preparation and filing services. Hire us and you’ll never need to worry about missing an annual report deadline or paying hidden fees. We’ll make sure your business is in good legal standing so you don’t face the threat of having your business’ statement of qualification revoked.

New Mexico Annual Report Filing Service Benefits

Our biennial/annual report filing services can benefit you in the following ways:

  • Hassle-free compliance with the State of New Mexico’s rules and regulations
  • 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.

New Mexico Business Annual/Biennial Report FAQs

Filing fees are $25 for corporations and $10 for nonprofit organizations. Charities still must file a report, but they will be able to do so without a filing fee associated with their report.

The filing dates depend upon the type of business filing:

  • Profit Corporations – The 15th day of the 3rd month after the fiscal year end – usually March 15
  • Nonprofit Corporations – The 15th day of the 5th month after the fiscal year end – usually May 15. Additionally, nonprofits must file every year as opposed to every other year
  • Foreign Corporations – The 15th day of the 3rd month after the fiscal year end – usually March 15
  • Charities – 6 months after the end of the fiscal year, usually the last day of June

Yes. There is a $200 penalty associated with failure to file. Charities pay a $100 penalty while nonprofit organizations pay $10.

Yes, New Mexico requires that all businesses submit an initial report to the state within 30 days of being issued their certificate of incorporation or authorization. This must be submitted along with the appropriate filing fee.

An officer must sign the report before it can be filed. Additionally, New Mexico also requires that original ink signatures be included on the form unless it is being filed via the Internet.

New Mexico Business Resources:

New Mexico Office of Secretary of State
Phone Number:
505.827.4511

Address:
New Mexico Corporations Division
325 Don Gaspar Suite 300
Santa Fe, NM 87501

HELP FILE MY NEW MEXICO ANNUAL REPORT

There is a lot to remember when running a business and making sure the annual report or biennial report is filed on time is the last thing a business owner needs to worry about. At DoMyLLC we have an entire department that is dedicated to ensuring annual report filing are complete in a timely manner. Take one less task off your plate and feel confident your annual report will be filed on time to avoid late penalties and falling into bad standing with the state.