Oregon Annual Report Filing / Business Renewal

Declare to the state of Oregon that your business is still operating by filing an annual renewal every year by your anniversary date, while informing the state of any structural changes that have occurred.

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Oregon’s Secretary of State considers annual renewals to be a compliance document that all businesses must complete. Filing an annual renewal will keep your company in good standing with the state. The primary reason businesses must file an annual report is so that the state is made aware of any structural changes to the business. This includes changes in officer positions, changes in address, and changes in registered agents.

There are certain things that a company cannot change, however. Companies cannot change their company name when filing an annual report. To do this, they would need to instead file an amendment with the Secretary of State. Businesses also cannot change the jurisdiction on your renewal form. The jurisdiction is the state or country where you formed your company, which means you will never be permitted to change this information.

The deadline to file a renewal is the anniversary of the date of the original filing, otherwise known as the date your company became legal in Oregon. For example, if the state of Oregon certified your company on November 14, 2015, your state annual report would be due on November 15 every year thereafter.

Let Us File Your Oregon Annual Report

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

  • Experienced preparation
  • Guaranteed on-time filing with the Oregon Secretary of State
  • Keep your Oregon 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 Oregon 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.

Oregon Annual Registration Filing Fees & Instructions

The cost of filing an Oregon annual renewal varies drastically based on how your business is classified. Corporations and limited liability companies established in the state of Oregon must pay $100 to file an annual renewal. Non-profit corporations must pay $50 to file their renewal. Foreign corporations and foreign limited liability companies pay $275 to file their paperwork.

Oregon Domestic Corporations

State Office:
Oregon Office of the Secretary of State
Public Service Building, Suite 151, 255
Capitol Street NE
Salem, OR 97310
Phone Number: (503) 986-2200

Due Date: Anniversary Date
Filing Fee: $100
Penalty: No late fee. Your entity status becomes ‘inactive’ in public records. Your business can be dissolved or revoked at 45 days late.
Filing Method: Online
Forms: Online Filing Only
Important Information: There is no initial report.
Anyone with authority may file.
Original signatures are not required.

Oregon Foreign Corporations

State Office:
Oregon Office of the Secretary of State
Public Service Building, Suite 151, 255
Capitol Street NE
Salem, OR 97310
Phone Number: (503) 986-2200

Due Date: Anniversary Date
Filing Fee: $275
Penalty: No late fee. Your entity status becomes ‘inactive’ in public records. Your business can be dissolved or revoked at 45 days late.
Filing Method: Online
Forms: Online Filing Only
Important Information: There is no initial report.
Anyone with authority may file.
Original signatures are not required.

Oregon Domestic Limited Liability Companies

State Office:
Oregon Office of the Secretary of State
Public Service Building, Suite 151, 255
Capitol Street NE
Salem, OR 97310
Phone Number: (503) 986-2200

Due Date: Anniversary Date
Filing Fee: $100
Penalty: No late fee. Your entity status becomes ‘inactive’ in public records. Your business can be dissolved or revoked at 45 days late.
Filing Method: Online
Forms: Online Filing Only
Important Information: There is no initial report.
Anyone with authority may file.
Original signatures are not required.

Oregon Foreign Limited Liability Companies

State Office:
Oregon Office of the Secretary of State
Public Service Building, Suite 151, 255
Capitol Street NE
Salem, OR 97310
Phone Number: (503) 986-2200

Due Date: Anniversary Date
Filing Fee: $275
Penalty: No late fee. Your entity status becomes ‘inactive’ in public records. Your business can be dissolved or revoked at 45 days late.
Filing Method: Online
Forms: Online Filing Only
Important Information: There is no initial report.
Anyone with authority may file.
Original signatures are not required.

Oregon Non-profit Corporations (Domestic & Foreign)

State Office:
Oregon Office of the Secretary of State
Public Service Building, Suite 151, 255
Capitol Street NE
Salem, OR 97310
Phone Number: (503) 986-2200

Due Date: Anniversary Date
Filing Fee: $50
Penalty: No late fee. Your entity status becomes ‘inactive’ in public records. Your business can be dissolved or revoked at 45 days late.
Filing Method: Online
Forms: Online Filing Only
Important Information: There is no initial report.

Anyone with authority may file.

Original signatures are not required.

Oregon Domestic Limited Partnerships

State Office:
Oregon Office of the Secretary of State
Public Service Building, Suite 151, 255
Capitol Street NE
Salem, OR 97310
Phone Number: (503) 986-2200

Due Date: Anniversary Date
Filing Fee: $100
Penalty: No late fee. Your entity status becomes ‘inactive’ in public records. Your business can be dissolved or revoked at 45 days late.
Filing Method: Online
Forms: Online Filing Only
Important Information: There is no initial report.

Anyone with authority may file.

Original signatures are not required.

Oregon Foreign Limited Partnerships

State Office:
Oregon Office of the Secretary of State
Public Service Building, Suite 151, 255
Capitol Street NE
Salem, OR 97310
Phone Number: (503) 986-2200

Due Date: Anniversary Date
Filing Fee: $275
Penalty: No late fee. Your entity status becomes ‘inactive’ in public records. Your business can be dissolved or revoked at 45 days late.
Filing Method: Online
Forms: Online Filing Only
Important Information: There is no initial report.
Anyone with authority may file.
Original signatures are not required.

Oregon Domestic Limited Liability Partnerships

State Office:
Oregon Office of the Secretary of State
Public Service Building, Suite 151, 255
Capitol Street NE
Salem, OR 97310
Phone Number: (503) 986-2200

Due Date: Anniversary Date
Filing Fee: $100
Penalty: No late fee. Your entity status becomes ‘inactive’ in public records. Your business can be dissolved or revoked at 45 days late.
Filing Method: Online
Forms: Online Filing Only
Important Information: There is no initial report.
Anyone with authority may file.
Original signatures are not required.

Oregon Foreign Limited Liability Partnerships

State Office:
Oregon Office of the Secretary of State
Public Service Building, Suite 151, 255
Capitol Street NE
Salem, OR 97310
Phone Number: (503) 986-2200

Due Date: Anniversary Date
Filing Fee: $275
Penalty: No late fee. Your entity status becomes ‘inactive’ in public records. Your business can be dissolved or revoked at 45 days late.
Filing Method: Online
Forms: Online Filing Only
Important Information: There is no initial report.
Anyone with authority may file.
Original signatures are not required.

How to File Your Oregon Secretary of State Annual Report

Oregon is one of several states that require businesses to register online instead of through the mail. All reports are filed this way, and to do so you will need to visit the website and enter your information into the page, then provide any changes that need to be noted. Once finished, you will submit your report along with the filing fee.

The other option is to let our team take care of the process for you. This gives you more free time and less stress since you know that your business will be totally compliant and in line with all regulations at the state and even at the federal level — without any hassle on your part.

Our Oregon Annual Report Service

We offer secure, professional annual renewal 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 with the State of Oregon so you don’t face the threat of being administratively dissolved.

Oregon Annual Report Filing Service Benefits

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

  • Hassle-free annual compliance with Oregon’s latest 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.

Oregon Business Annual Report FAQS

Filing fees are $100 for all domestic businesses. Foreign businesses will pay a filing fee of $275, while nonprofits pay $50 regardless of their location. Additionally, charities will pay between $10 and $200. The exact sum owed will depend upon the amount of charity that is distributed over the course of the year.

Reports are due by the anniversary date of the business filing, each year. If your company was formed on April 15, your due date is April 15 of each year. You can, however, file as much as 45 days in advance of this due date.

No, there are no late penalties from the Oregon Secretary of State.

However, businesses that don’t file will be listed as inactive. And after being late for 45 days, your business will be dissolved and your right to do business in Oregon will be revoked, at which point you would have to pay to be reinstated. (In Oregon, you may only reinstate your business if it has been dissolved for less than five years.)

Dissolution can bring additional costs to your company as you pay to register it with the state once again.

No, the State of Oregon has no initial report requirements.

Anyone who has authority is allowed to file the report with the State of Oregon on behalf of the business.

Oregon Business Resources:

Oregon Office of Secretary of State
Phone Number:
(503) 986-2200

Address:
Public Service Building, Suite 151, 255
Capitol Street NE
Salem, OR 97310

HELP FILE MY OREGON 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.