All LLCs in Alaska (regardless of income or activity) must file an Initial Report (one-time filing) and then file a Biennial Report every 2 years.

Your Initial Report is due within 6 months of forming your Alaska LLC. There is no filing fee.

You can file your Initial Report online here: https://www.commerce.alaska.gov/CBP/Corporation/startpage.aspx?file=IBRPT

Alaska LLC Biennial Report

Then every 2 years you must file a Biennial Report and pay a $100 filing fee.

The due date for the Biennial Report filing is January 2nd.

  • If you filed your Initial Report in an even-numbered year, then your Biennial Report will be due every even-numbered year in January. For example, if you filed your Initial Report in 2018, then your first Biennial Report will be due by January 2nd, 2020. Then it’ll be due every two years after that (also by January 2nd)
  • If you filed your Initial Report in an odd-numbered year, then your Biennial Report will be due every odd-numbered year in January. For example, if you filed your Initial Report in 2019, then your first Biennial Report will be due by January 2nd, 2021. Then it’ll be due every two years after that (also by January 2nd)

You can file your Biennial Report online here: https://www.commerce.alaska.gov/CBP/Corporation/startpage.aspx?file=BIRPT

Penalty for Late Filings

– If you do not file your Biennial Report, the state will impose a penalty of $37.