What's in the Statement of Information?
A California Statement of Information is a brief document listing various information relating to a particular business. This information includes the following:
- The registered name of the business
- The Secretary of State File Number of the business
- Street address of the business
- Mailing address of the business (if different from street address)
- Name and address of Chief Executive Officer
- Name and address of other officers or members
- Name and address of the director (only for Stock and Agricultural Cooperative Corporations)
- Name and address of the California Agent for Service of Process
- The type of business and/or its services
The Statement of Information must also be signed to affirm that the information contained within is accurate.
California has two different Statement of Information forms: Form SI-550 for corporations and Form LLC-12 for limited liability companies (LLCs). It is important to use the correct form when filling out your CA Secretary of State Statement of Information.