File a Kansas Reinstatement

Owning a business is a dream many Americans have. While it is an exciting adventure, it also comes with obligations you need to fulfill to avoid putting your company at risk of falling into bad standing with the state.

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Why Do You Need Kansas Reinstatement For Your LLC Or Corporation?

Failure to comply with state obligations can lead to the loss of an entity’s good standing. Kansas reinstatement will help your company restore this status and ensure that your operations in the state remain legal.

What Is Needed To File For Reinstatement?

If a company remains inactive or in bad standing long enough, the state may administratively dissolve it. Should that happen, the business entity will have to go through the reinstatement process. Doing so will help the owner take care of delinquent reports and fees or address the cause of the dissolution.

LLC – A Kansas LLC that wishes to be reinstated will have to file a Limited Liability Company Certificate of Reinstatement with the Secretary of State. If the reason for the termination is your failure to file an annual report or pay the corresponding fee, you will have to submit all past-due annual reports and pay the penalties and fees. You can send your documents by mail or fax, submit them in person, or file online.

Corporation – Dissolved corporations in Kansas that want to continue doing business in the state need to file a Certificate of Reinstatement with the Secretary of State. If the cause of the dissolution is your failure to file an annual report or pay fees, you will have to submit past-due annual reports and settle the corresponding fees and penalties.

No matter what your company’s business entity type is, you will have to submit the documents to the following:

Kansas Office of the Secretary of State

Memorial Hall, 1st Floor

120 S.W. 10th Avenue

Topeka, Kansas 66612-1594

Phone: (785) 296-4564

Fax: (785) 296-4570

How Much Will It Cost To Reinstate?

LLC – Reinstating an LLC in Kansas requires you to pay the $35 filing fee. If you missed filing annual reports, you have to pay for all the corresponding fees and the $85 penalty. The fee for the annual report depends on the year when you were supposed to file it. If you submit your documents by fax, you have to add another $20.

Corporation – The filing fee for a Kansas reinstatement corporation is $35. You also need to pay past-due annual report fees or franchise taxes, if you have any. The penalty fee is $85. The amount you need to pay for delinquent annual reports and franchise taxes will vary depending on the year they were due. Fax filings require an additional $20 fee.

 

How Long Will This Process Take?

The Secretary of State normally takes around 2-3 business days to finish processing Kansas reinstatement filings.

What Is Required On The Forms?

LLC – Reinstating a Kansas LLC requires you to disclose the following information:

  •   Credit Card Number, Its Billing Zip Code, And Expiration Date
  •   Name And Daytime Phone Number Of The Contact Person
  •   Business Entity ID Number
  •   LLC Name
  •   Name And Office Address Of The Registered Agent
  •   Mailing Address
  •   Name And Signature Of The Authorized Representative

Corporation – You may need to provide the following information on the reinstatement form:

  •   Credit Card Number, Its Billing Zip Code, And Expiration Date
  •   Name And Daytime Phone Number Of The Contact Person
  •   Business Entity ID Number
  •   Corporation Name
  •   The State Where You Organized The Company
  •   Name And Office Address Of The Registered Agent
  •   Mailing Address
  •   The Duration Of The Company Upon Reinstatement
  •   Name And Signature Of The Authorized Representative

What Cannot Be Changed On The Forms?

LLC – You cannot change any information related to the members or managers of your Kansas LLC on the reinstatement form. If you want to change your company’s mailing address, attach a Mailing Address Change form. But if you are going to file an annual report along with the reinstatement, you can update the information there.

Corporation – The Kansas reinstatement form does not have a portion for changing information related to the officers or directors of the company. Meanwhile, you will have to include a Mailing Address Change form if the company has a new mailing address. However, if you are filing an annual report together with the reinstatement, you can update the information on that document.

What If My Company’s Name Is In Use When I Need To Reinstate?

LLC – If the original name of your LLC is no longer available, you will have to use a new one. Write the following on Item 2: Old Corporation Name changing its name to New Name.

Corporation – You have to change your name if another business entity is already using it. You can do this on the reinstatement form. Write this on Item 2: Old Corporation Name changing its name to New Name.

How Can DoMyLLC Assist With Streamlining?

Getting your company back into good standing with the state requires you to follow multiple steps, including filing a Kansas reinstatement. Completing all the necessary transactions and paperwork can be tricky, especially if you have never handled them before.

If you think you need help, contact an experienced company like DoMyLLC. Our team of experts is ready to provide you with comprehensive assistance. We also offer personalized solutions and live support. You can expect our services to cater to the specific needs of your business.

Kansas Reinstatement FAQS

You can apply for reinstatement no matter how many annual reports your company has failed to submit.

Kansas does not have a time limit for reinstatement. You can do it at any time.

Kansas Business Resources

Kansas Office of Secretary of State
Phone Number:
(785) 296-4564

Address:
Kansas Secretary of State
Memorial Hall, First Floor 120 S. W. 10th Ave.
Topeka, KS 66612-1594