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The California Statement of Information is a document that most businesses are required to file with the California Secretary of State on a regular basis. This document includes important information about the business, such as its address, the names of its officers, and the nature of its business activities.
The Statement of Information is typically due annually for corporations and every two years for limited liability companies (LLCs). Filing this statement ensures that the state has current information about the business, and failure to do so can result in penalties. The exact requirements can vary depending on the type of business entity and its state of formation.
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