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San Bernardino Statement of Information

A Statement of Information is a required California business filing that keeps the Secretary of State in the know about your company’s members and activities. 


It’s the equivalent of an annual report in other states. However, while many other states require detailed financial data from the prior year, California’s requirements are much simpler. Learn more about how to file the easy way below.

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Who Must File a Statement of Information?

To conduct business in San Bernardino or anywhere in California, the following types of business entities must file a CA Secretary of State Statement of Information

  • Corporations (foreign and domestic)
  • Limited liability companies (LLCs)
  • Nonprofits
  • Credit unions
  • General cooperative corporations
  • Agricultural cooperatives 
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When Is My Statement of Information Due?

Your first Statement of Information is due within 90 days of forming your San Bernardino business. After that, Statements are due annually or biennially, depending on the type of business entity you operate, as follows: 

  • Corporations – Annually
  • Registered Foreign Corporations – Annually
  • General Cooperative Corporations & Agricultural Co-ops – Annually
  • Nonprofits – Biennially (every 2 years)
  • LLCs – Biennially (every 2 years)
  • Credit Unions – Biennially (every 2 years)

The state gives you a six-month filing window, which includes the entire month in which you originally registered your business, plus the preceding 5 months. 

For example, if you first registered your corporation in the month of November, your next Statement of Information will be due the following year by the end of November. But you can file anytime between June 1 and November 30 of that year.

What Information Do I Need to Provide?

Many states require detailed financial information for the prior year in an annual report or Statement of Information. California’s requirements are simpler. 

You’ll only need to provide basic information about your San Bernardino Statement of Information, including the name and primary address of your business, contact information for your registered agent, and basic information about your organization’s officers/directors/managers/members.

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What Happens If I Don't File?

Failure to file a CA Secretary of State Statement of Information could have serious consequences for your business. You risk being fined or even having your business dissolved. 

The state typically sends a reminder in the mail around three months before your Statement is due. But you shouldn’t rely on this. It’s your responsibility to know when filings are due. 

If too much time passes and your business is dissolved, you will not be able to conduct business in California, and your only recourse will be applying for reinstatement. This could have serious financial consequences for your business.    

Don’t delay or avoid filing. Get help if you need it. 

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If you’re not sure how to fill out your Statement or you’re just short on time, FastFilings can help.  

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