Last Updated on March 13, 2020

One of the requirements of maintaining an LLC or corporation in Kansas is filing an Annual Report.  The Annual Report is used to confirm and update the company’s information each year with the Secretary of State, such as the name and address of the owners and principal office address.

What is Needed to File a Kansas Annual Report

The Annual Report can be filed online through the Kansas Secretary of State’s website or by filling in Form LC50

The report asks for information such as:

Filing typically takes about one week to process.

Annual Report Cost

The Annual Report for both the Corporation or LLC is $50 for online filing and $55 for paper filing.

Due Date

The annual filing is due by the 15th day of the 4th month after the end of the entity’s fiscal year. Most Corporations use a calendar year as their tax year, which means December 31st is the end of their tax year.  In this example, if your LLC or Corporation has a tax year ending December 31st, the Annual Report will be due every year by April 15th

My business made little or no money.  Do I still have to file the Annual Report?

Even if your Corporation or LLC received no income or had no business activity, the Annual Report is still required to be filed.

What happens if you don’t file the Annual Report on time?

While there is no late fee for the Annual Report, if it is not filed within 90 days, the Secretary of State will administratively dissolve the entity.

Kansas Secretary of State Contact Information

The mailing address for the Kansas Annual Report is:

Kansas Secretary of State
120 S.W. 10th Avenue
Topeka, KS 66612-1594

If you have questions, they can be contacted at (785)-296-4564 or kssos@ks.gov.