Annual Report Template
Foreign Non-Profit Corporation
What is an annual report foreign non-profit?
An annual report for foreign non-profits is a document required in many states that must be provided by foreign non-profit organizations to relay vital information about the organization, such as addresses, personnel, and other crucial details.
PandaTip: Most states require that corporations, even non-profit ones, complete and submit an annual report that identifies key information about the non-profit, including addresses and personnel. A “foreign” corporation is one that is created in one state (by filing articles of incorporation), but is doing business in another state. This form covers the information most frequently needed for these reports, but you should confirm with the Secretary of State’s website for your state.
PandaTip: Some states assign an entity or corporation number when a corporation is created; this number should appear on any filings with the Secretary of State’s office.
The Corporation was incorporated under the laws of the State of [INCORP STATE] in [INCORP YEAR] and has registered to do business within this State.
Tax ID number:
PandaTip: EIN stands for the employer identification number that each corporation should have.
Principal Place of Business (Physical Address) in the State of Incorporation:
[PRINCIPAL BUSINESS STREET ADDRESS 1]
[PRINCIPAL BUSINESS STREET ADDRESS 2]
[PRINCIPAL BUSINESS CITY], [PRINCIPAL STATE] [PRINCIPAL ZIP]
PandaTip: There may be legal implications that attach to the location of your principal place of business, such as where a lawsuit may be brought, so be sure to provide the proper address.
Registered Office Address within this State:
[REGISTERED OFFICE ADDRESS 1]
[REGISTERED OFFICE ADDRESS 2]
[REGISTERED OFFICE CITY], [REGISTERED OFFICE STATE] [REGISTERED OFFICE ZIP]
PandaTip: This is so someone can find your company without having to leave the state.
Name and address of Registered Agent:
[RA STREET ADDRESS 1]
[RA STREET ADDRESS 2]
[RA CITY], [RA STATE] [RA ZIP]
PandaTip: The Registered Agent for a corporation is an individual located within the state that is authorized to accept service of process, such as a summons and complaint if a lawsuit is filed against you or other time-sensitive official matters. Select with care. Make sure this person knows their responsibilities and isn’t going to be moving around or be otherwise hard to find.
[PRESIDENT ADDRESS 1]
[PRESIDENT ADDRESS 2]
[PRESIDENT CITY], [PRESIDENT STATE] [PRESIDENT ZIP]
[SECRETARY ADDRESS 1]
[SECRETARY ADDRESS 2]
[SECRETARY CITY], [SECRETARY STATE] [SECRETARY ZIP]
[TREASURER ADDRESS 1]
[TREASURER ADDRESS 2]
[TREASURER CITY], [TREASURER STATE] [TREASURER ZIP]
[DIRECTOR 1 ADDRESS 1]
[DIRECTOR 1 ADDRESS 2]
[DIRECTOR 1 CITY], [DIRECTOR 1 STATE] [DIRECTOR 1 ZIP]
[DIRECTOR 2 ADDRESS 1]
[DIRECTOR 2 ADDRESS 2]
[DIRECTOR 2 CITY], [DIRECTOR 2 STATE] [DIRECTOR 2 ZIP]
[DIRECTOR 3 ADDRESS 1]
[DIRECTOR 3 ADDRESS 2]
[DIRECTOR 3 CITY], [DIRECTOR 3 STATE] [DIRECTOR 3 ZIP]
PandaTip: Most jurisdictions require identification of at least a President, Secretary, and Treasurer; and some also require identification of directors. Confirm with your Secretary of State’s office what you need to disclose in your annual report.
I hereby certify under penalty of perjury of the laws of this state that the information listed above is true and correct to the best of my knowledge, and that I am an officer or director of this corporation with authority to sign and submit this report.
PandaTip: Penalties of perjury can include fines and jail, so make sure your information is accurate before signing.
[SIGN DATE] ______________________________
[PERSON SUBMITTING REPORT]