08 Apr Secretary of State’s Office Extends Business Annual Report Filing Deadline
Consistent with Governor Laura Kelly’s Executive Order 20-13, the Office of the Kansas Secretary of State has extended the deadline for businesses to file annual reports for 2019. The extended deadline is now July 15, 2020.
As a friendly reminder, many business filings can be made online at sos.kansas.gov. In addition to annual reports, online filings include apostille or authentication of documents, business formation documents for corporations, LLCs and domestic limited partnerships, registered agent or registered office changes, business dissolution or cancellations, and certificate of good standing requests. You can also submit documents through the mail, by fax (785.296.4570) or at a temporary, secure drop box located outside Memorial Hall (120 S.W. 10th, Topeka).
Click here to read more about the extension and other agency news in the Secretary’s recent newsletter.
Kansas Secretary of State Scott Schwab. In November 2018, Schwab was elected to his first term as Kansas Secretary of State. He took the Oath of Office on Monday, January 14, 2019. As Secretary of State, Schwab has placed a priority on providing support and guidance to county election officials; improving the Office business filing system to ensure it is compatible with industry software; implementing cutting-edge IT security; and making it as easy as possible to register and cast a ballot in Kansas without compromising election security.