Oklahoma Annual Report Filing

Declare to the state of Oklahoma that your business is still operating by filing an annual business certificate report with the Secretary of State Department. Depending on your business, you must file by either July 1 or by the last day of your anniversary month.

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Businesses operating in the state of Oklahoma must file business certificates each year. An annual business certificate allows officials with the state of Oklahoma’s Secretary of State Department to know whether any structural changes have occurred. Examples include a change of your registered agent, changes in your corporation’s officers, or a change in your primary address. The Secretary of State will then share information about your corporate structure with companies from other industries, like the legal industry, who rely on this information for their day-to-day operations.

The due dates for your annual certificate depend on how your business is classified. If a corporation is filing in the annual certificate, it is due by July 1. This is the case for profit, nonprofit, and foreign corporations. If a limited liability company or a charity is filing the paperwork, it is due on the last day of the month they became a business. So, for example, if a company originally registered as an LLC on April 2, 2016, their Oklahoma annual certificate would be due April 30th of each year. Businesses will also find that the cost to file an annual certificate varies based on how the state classifies the company.

Let Us File Your Oklahoma Annual Report

Worried about filing your annual certificate to the State of Oklahoma 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 Oklahoma Secretary of State
  • Keep your Oklahoma 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 Oklahoma 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.

Oklahoma Annual Registration Filing Fees & Instructions

The cost of filing an annual certificate depends on how your business is classified. Limited liability companies, both domestic and foreign, pay $25 to file their Oklahoma annual certificate. Nonprofit corporations pay $100 to file their certificate. The cost for a corporation, both for-profit and foreign, to file the certificate depends on their revenue from the year prior. Corporations must file an Annual Franchise Tax Return to determine how much they owe when they file their annual certificate.

Oklahoma Corporations (Domestic & Foreign)

State Office:
Oklahoma Secretary of State
2300 N. Lincoln Blvd., Room 101
Oklahoma City, OK 73105-4897
Phone Number: (405) 521-3912

Due Date: Anniversary date annually
Filing Fee: $10 Minimum
Penalty: If you don’t file the report for 60 days, you are “not in good standing” and if you don’t file for 3 years you get dissolved.
Filing Method: Mail only
Forms: The Oklahoma Secretary of State sends a report notice directly to the business mailing address of an entity if it is required to submit an annual report. The phone number where the Oklahoma Secretary of State can be reached is (405) 521-3912.
Important Information: Both Domestic and Foreign for-profit business are exempt from filing report if capital is less than 300,000.
A member or manager may file.
Original signatures are not required.

Oklahoma Limited Liability Companies / Professional Limited Liability Companies (Domestic & Foreign)

State Office:
Oklahoma Secretary of State
2300 N. Lincoln Blvd., Room 101
Oklahoma City, OK 73105-4897
Phone Number: (405) 521-3912

Due Date: Anniversary Date
Filing Fee: $25
Penalty: No late fee. After 60 days you lose ‘good standing’, including in the secretary’s public records. After 3 years, your LLC will be dissolved or revoked.
Filing Method: Online or Mail
Forms: Oklahoma Secretary of State – Business Filings Department:
Annual Certificate – Limited Liability Companies
Important Information: A member or manager may file.
Original signatures are not required.

Oklahoma Non-profit Corporations (Domestic & Foreign)

State Office:
Oklahoma Secretary of State
2300 N. Lincoln Blvd., Room 101
Oklahoma City, OK 73105-4897
Phone Number: (405) 521-3912

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

Oklahoma Limited Partnerships (Domestic & Foreign)

State Office:
Oklahoma Secretary of State
2300 N. Lincoln Blvd., Room 101
Oklahoma City, OK 73105-4897
Phone Number: (405) 521-3912

Due Date: End of Anniversary Month
Filing Fee: $50
Penalty: No late fee.
Filing Method: Online or Mail
Forms: Limited Partnership Annual Certificate
Important Information: Once late more than 60 days the entity status will change to, “Not in Good Standing.” After three years the company will be dissolve or revoked

Oklahoma Limited Liability Partnerships (Domestic & Foreign)

State Office:
Oklahoma Secretary of State
2300 N. Lincoln Blvd., Room 101
Oklahoma City, OK 73105-4897
Phone Number: (405) 521-3912

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

Oklahoma General Partnerships (Domestic & Foreign)

State Office:
Oklahoma Secretary of State
2300 N. Lincoln Blvd., Room 101
Oklahoma City, OK 73105-4897
Phone Number: (405) 521-3912

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 Oklahoma Secretary of State Annual Report

To file your Annual Certificate, start by visiting the Oklahoma Secretary of State’s official website. From here, visit the forms page and download the report form. Print it out and then mail it in along with the required filing fee. Or, you can fill out the form online and submit it through the website’s portal.

An alternate way to complete this process is to let us do it for you. We will ensure that your business is fully compliant and that your annual certificate is filed, keeping you free to focus on other aspects of your business instead of the hassle of annual certificate filing.

Our Oklahoma Annual Report Service

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

Oklahoma Annual Certificate Filing Service Benefits

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

  • Hassle-free annual compliance with the State of Oklahoma’s requirements
  • 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.

Oklahoma Business Annual Report FAQS

The filing fee for the Oklahoma Annual Certificate is $25 for LLCs and $50 for LPs. Other businesses may have to pay annual franchise taxes based on their property owned and business done, but this is different from the Oklahoma annual report requirements.

All annual reports must be filed by the end of the anniversary month of the business. For example, if your business was formed in July, you must file your report each year by the last day of July.

In Oklahoma, there are no penalties for filing the annual certificate late. However, failure to pay your franchise taxes will bring on interest and a 10% penalty. But it is crucial to file paperwork on time. If you fail to file your annual certificate for too long, you could end up facing dissolution of your business — something that can bring additional fees and penalties when you re-form your company in Oklahoma.

Oklahoma has no initial reporting requirements for new businesses.

You will need the signature of an authorized person — such as a member, manager, or partner — on the annual certificate before it can be filed.

Oklahoma Business Resources:

Oklahoma Office of Secretary of State
Phone Number:
(405) 521-3912

Address:
Oklahoma Secretary of State
2300 N. Lincoln Blvd., Room 101
Oklahoma City, OK 73105-4897

HELP FILE MY OKLAHOMA 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.