Arizona LLCs Don’t Have an Annual Report

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No Arizona LLC Annual Reports

Great news, the Arizona Corporation Commission (AZCC) doesn’t require an Annual Report (or fee) for an Arizona LLC.

Although most states have annual reports and fees, Arizona is one of the few states that doesn’t require LLCs to file (or pay) an Annual Report.

This doesn’t mean that Arizona LLCs don’t pay taxes though. LLCs are pass-through entities, so owners that are Arizona residents pay state income taxes. You may have additional filings depending on how your LLC is taxed. Furthermore, you may also be required to pay Transaction Privilege Tax (TPT) and get a TPT License. For more information, please refer to our Arizona LLC Taxes lesson.

Next Step: Newspaper Publication Requirement

Once you celebrate the good news that Arizona doesn’t have an Annual Report for LLCs, you can proceed to the next lesson: Arizona LLC newspaper publication requirements.

Arizona Corporation Commission (AZCC)

If you have any questions, you can contact the Arizona Corporation Commission (AZCC) at 602-542-3026.

Their hours are Monday through Friday from 8am to 5pm, Mountain Standard Time.

Matt Horwitz


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