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 Nearly 5,000 West Virginia Businesses In Danger Of Having Their License Revoked


    Charleston, W.Va. – Monday, October 31 is the deadline for corporations, limited liability companies, limited partnerships, voluntary associations and business trusts to file their annual reports and pay the annual filing fee.
    The filings are required under West Virginia code.
    Organizations that fail to file will be administratively revoked and may not continue to conduct business in West Virginia until they file reinstatement forms with the Secretary of State’s Office.
    As of Friday October 28, there were more than 4,800 organizations that have not yet filed their report and are in danger of being revoked.
    The easiest and most secure way to file an annual report is through the online portal www.Business4wv.com. Using this online feature allows a business owner to file their annual report quickly and easily online 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The business owner will receive an email confirmation once the Secretary of State’s Office accepts the filing.
    Business owners who have questions about the filing deadline can contact the Secretary of State’s Office at (304) 558-6000.


Jake Glance
(304) 558-6000