1) Annual Corporate Meetings and Minutes Most states require that corporations hold regular shareholder meetings and keep minutes of such meetings.
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I consider this list a great place to start, but because requirements can change over time, you should go to your state’s Secretary of State website to confirm the information.
3) Annual S Corp Filing Requirements and/or minimum business tax for each state
Initial Requirement Domestic (Alaskan) Entities are required to file within 6 months of creation. Due Date: Within 6 months of the date of formation.
Annual Report Frequency: Biennially Due Date: By January 2nd of the filing year.
Minimum Business Tax, Franchise Tax or Privilege Tax None that I could find
Initial Requirement The initial Statement of Information filing is due within 90 days of the entity formation date.
Annual Statement of Information Frequency:Annually Due Date:During six-month period ending on the last day of the anniversary month of incorporation or qualification.
Minimum Business Tax, Franchise Tax or Privilege Tax The California Franchise Tax Board requires that all corporations registered in the State of California pay a franchise tax.