Saskatchewan Annual Report Filing Services
Keeping your Saskatchewan Corporation in Good Standing. Every year, your Saskatchewan Corporation must file an Annual Return. This is not your tax return. The Annual Return provides up-to-date information about your corporation.
Every Saskatchewan corporation, which includes an Unlimited Liability Company, must file an annual report within two months of its anniversary date of incorporation. The annual report filing reminds the company to promptly file any change to the information shown in the Corporate Register. It also tells the Corporate Registry that the company is still active.
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Company Formations helps Saskatchewan corporations prepare their annual corporate returns online. This service will allow you to file your Annual Report online.
All Saskatchewan corporations must file an annual return with the Saskatchewan Corporate Registry Office. The purpose of the Annual Return is to update your corporate records. The return covers such items as name of corporation, registered office address, corporation number, financial year end and a description of the main type of business. It also communicates any changes of your registered office or corporate directors, if applicable. The date of your last annual meeting and whether the corporation has ever distributed its securities to the public are also required.
The annual return must be filed within the prescribed dates and must be accompanied by the government filing fee. The dates and fees vary depending on the jurisdiction.
Company Formations will file your annual return directly with the Saskatchewan Corporate Registry Office on your behalf.
If a corporation fails to file an annual return within the prescribed delay, a penalty fee may be imposed. If a corporation repeatedly fails to file its annual returns (typically for 2 consecutive years), the government department or agency may remove the corporation from the government records. If a corporation has been struck from government records, the corporation may be affected in a variety of ways. To re-register the corporation must typically bring its annual filings up to date and pay a penalty fee.