In New York, a biennial report is a regular filing that your LLC must complete every two years.
This is basically updating your registered agent address and paying a $9 fee.
All LLCs are required to file their biennial report with the New York Secretary of State.
You can file your LLC’s biennial report through the New York Department of State, Division of Corporations, State Records & UCC website.
New York’s Biennial Report is due every two years during the month in which the business was formed.
Penalties for Late Filings
New York does not charge a fee for late filings. However, if you fail to file on time, your LLC could lose its good standing, which will impact your ability to conduct business in the State of New York.