LLC Annual Report in New Mexico

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LLC Annual Report in New Mexico


An LLC is a business structure in the United States. Also known as a limited liability company, this business structure prevents the owners from being personally liable for the company's debts or liabilities. Limited liability companies are hybrid entities. They combine the characteristics of a corporation with those of a partnership or sole proprietorship. It is a great option to keep your personal assets safe while maintaining a professional appearance, similar to a corporation.

What is an LLC Annual Report?


Each year an LLC will be required to file an annual report. This details the company’s activities throughout the year. The purpose of an annual report is to give the state information about your LLC/ This might include the names and addresses of directors or managing members of an LLC. It should also include the registered agent’s address.

Information Included in the Annual Report

  • Company Address: This should be an address in the state of formation (New Mexico). It should be where the LLC does its business.
  • Managers: These will be governing members of your LLC who operate on a daily basis.
  • Purpose of Business: What does your business do? Is it real estate? Do you manufacture products? This is what your business does overall, whether that is the service or product you provide.
  • Business ID numbers: May include an EIN, or simply your SSN if a single-member LLC.
  • Registered Agents: This may be one of the members or managers, but can also be a third party company in the state of New Mexico.

How to file an Annual Report?


In New Mexico, there is no annual report required. This means that there is no fee as well. In different states, the fees range between $50 and $400, which must be paid each year on a specific date.

In New Mexico, this is unnecessary which is one reason why many people choose to form their LLC in this state. Some states require you to file a report every two years, which is considered a “Biennial report.”

How to Write an Annual Report for an LLC

Although every state has different requirements, it is quite a process to write an annual report. Typically it will require not only your business’s name and address, but also the state in which the company was formed, a list of officers and directors, all business activities conducted within the state, and contact information. This is why forming in New Mexico is so incredible, it allows you to avoid all of this.

  1. Forms: Find the forms for filing an LLC annual report on the website of your state's government.
  2. Information Required: You will need to put in all of the updated information such as the company's name and physical address and details of the services it offers.
  3. Filing the Report: This is done differently in each state.

If all else fails, you can contact a third party to prepare this for you.

Annual Report Cost


In any state that you are required to file an LLC annual report, you must do so. If you fail to file an annual LLC report in states other than New Mexico, first you will be given a warning. This warning comes in the form of a fine. Eventually, if you do not comply and file the annual report (along with pay the fee) your LLC will eventually be dissolved.

Forming an LLC in New Mexico

Forming an LLC is a great option for many different businesses, but especially in New Mexico. As long as you are able to have a physical presence in New Mexico, or you have a registered agent in New Mexico, then this may be possible. By avoiding filing fees and annual reports, it can not only be less costly but make the process of forming and maintaining an LLC hassle-free as well.

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