Beginning January 1, 2018, primary administration of business corporation and LLC annual reports was transferred from the Business Licensing Service (BLS) office to the Washington Secretary of State (WA SOS). While customers are still be able to submit electronic filings to either office, filing with the BLS will incur an $11 handling fee, as well as an additional credit card processing fee. Filing with the WA SOS will enable customers to avoid these added fees. Paper filings may only be filed with the WA SOS. The WA SOS will mail a notice to the registered agent at the address on file about six weeks before the report is due. No changes have been made to annual report due dates.
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