Further negligence of renewing may result in your business being dissolved by The State. Additional reinstatement fees may apply.​

Reinstatement fees may add up to an additional $200 or more.​

Please note: If your business is inactive when you place this order and needs reinstatement, we may contact you to pay additional fees required to process your order. We will not be able to proceed with filing your annual report until reinstatement fees are paid and your business is in an active status. ​

** If you need an updated labor law poster, please make sure it is added to your selection below. Labor Law Posters should also be renewed every calendar year in order to remain compliant by displaying current laws and updated important information.​

If you have reached this page in error, are a new business, do not need to renew / file an annual report, and only need to obtain your Certificate of Existence, Labor Law Poster, and/or EIN, please go back to our homepage and select the documents you would like to obtain and you will be redirected to the proper application forms.

About Annual Report

  • An annual report must be filed each year for your business entity to maintain an “active status” with the Department of State.
  • It updates or confirms your records with the North Carolina Department of State, Division of Corporations, displaying your business’s most current data on file.
  • It is required, whether or not you need to make changes.
  • It is not a financial statement.
  • If a business files late, a $200 late fee will be imposed on you by The State.
  • If you do not file within 60 days of being late, your business entity may be administratively dissolved or revoked. Businesses may acquire additional reinstatement fees.

​About Labor Law Poster

  • Federal Law 29 USC Sec. 666 (I) & 29 Sec. 2005 states that an up-to-date compliant Labor Law Poster must be posted in a visible location on the property of business which has at least 1 employee.
  • Penalties and risks of non-compliance with posting regulations can lead to potential fines in excess of $7,000 per instance for failure to post federally required information, and could possibly even lead to lawsuits.​