Your Arizona LLC needs to have a “Registered Agent.” They’re chosen by you and can accept legal notices and other correspondence for your Arizona Limited Liability Company (LLC) on your behalf. There are some rules on choosing Registered Agents:
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Note that in Arizona, Registered Agents are known as "Statutory Agents," so we'll use these terms interchangeably.
An Arizona Registered Agent may receive, on behalf of your LLC:
Note that the Arizona Corporation Commission does need the address of your Registered Agent, which needs to be a street address (not a P.O. Box).
If you live in Arizona, you might choose to be the Registered/Statutory Agent for your own LLC. Be aware that there may be some drawbacks to this:
There are more considerations, but this should help you with your decision to use a Registered Agent service.
Failing to have a Registered Agent in Arizona can cause issues for your business. These include:
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This report is mandatory and must be filed within the specified time frame in order for the entity to remain in good standing with the state. Failure to file this report can lead to the company being revoked or administratively dissolved.
Frequency: No Annual Report is due for LLCs at this time.
Important: Arizona requires that you publish a notice of filing of your Articles of Organization or alternatively, you may publish the Articles of Organization in their entirety. The publication must be in a newspaper in general circulation in the county of the known place of business in Arizona for 3 consecutive publications. The publication must be filed within 60 days of the date of organization. The LLC may be subject to administrative dissolution if it fails to publish.
Where do I publish the document? The A.C.C. does not endorse any particular newspaper, but, as a courtesy they provide a list of newspapers that have attested to the A.C.C. that they meet the statutory criteria for publishing documents. Upon publishing you will receive an Affidavit of Publication. It is not required, but you may send the Affidavit of Publication you receive from the newspaper to the A.C.C. for placement into the entity’s public record. If you do not submit the Affidavit of Publication to the A.C.C. you should retain it as part of your entity’s permanent record.
(We do not assist in the filing of the Publication Requirement)
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