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New Mexico Changes Due Dates for Corporate Biennial Reports

By: Moriah Roberts, COGENCY GLOBAL INC. on Mon, Jun 04, 2018

US Map with New Mexico highlightedOn March 1, 2018, New Mexico Senate Bill 225 was signed into law by the Governor of New Mexico changing biennial report due dates for corporations.

Effective July 1, 2018, all corporation biennial reports will be due on the 15th day of the 4th month after the company’s fiscal year end.

Transition to New Deadline for Existing New Mexico Corporations

Previously, the New Mexico corporation biennial report due date was the 15th day of the 3rd month after the company’s fiscal year end. The new due date calculation will result in extending the original due date by one month for all future filings. For example, if a corporation’s fiscal year ends in March, the New Mexico report would still be due on June 15, 2018. After July 1, 2018, the corporation’s report due date will be recalculated and extended by one month to a new due date of July 15th for the next biennial report filing cycle.

If you are a subscriber to COGENCY GLOBAL’s annual report compliance service, we will send our standard reminder notification to the email address on file for your company to alert you to the upcoming New Mexico report due date for 2018 and subsequent years. This notification will contain a link to a secure website for you to review and confirm the accuracy of the information on file with us and give you the opportunity to provide any additional state-specific information required so we can file the report for you.

If you have any questions regarding this change, leave a comment below or contact your COGENCY GLOBAL service specialist.

 

This article is provided for informational purposes only and should not be considered, or relied upon, as legal advice.

Topics: Annual Report Compliance