DCCA NEWS RELEASE: First quarter Hawaii annual business reports duePosted on Jan 3, 2017 in Latest News
HONOLULU — The state Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs’ (DCCA) Business Registration Division (BREG) reminds businesses to file their annual business reports.
Annual reports due in quarter one (January – March) can now be filed online at http://hbe.ehawaii.gov/annuals and must be filed with BREG by midnight (HST) March 31, 2017. Accepted forms of payment online include credit card, eCheck, or through an eHawaii.gov subscriber account.
Hawaii annual reports can be filed at any time during the quarter in which the annual filing is due. The annual report filing period is related to the business entity’s registration date. The quarters are as follows: First quarter is January – March; Second quarter is April – June; Third quarter is July – September; Fourth quarter is October – December.
If your Hawaii annual report was due in a previous quarter, you can submit your filing online with a $10.00 late fee. Any filing more than a year overdue can be filed by mail, email, fax, or walk-in with a late fee of $10.00 per year. Filings can be mailed to: P.O. Box 40, Honolulu, HI 96810; emailed to: [email protected]; faxed to: (808) 586-2733; or hand-delivered to the BREG office at 335 Merchant Street, Room 201, Honolulu, HI 96813.
For filing-related questions, please visit www.businessregistrations.com, email [email protected], or call (808) 586-2727. For technical questions, please contact eHawaii.gov via email at [email protected] or by phone at (808) 695-4620.
Online filing of annual reports are generated in partnership with Hawaii Information Consortium, LLC, the official Internet portal manager of eHawaii.gov.
Hawaii’s official Internet portal, https://portal.ehawaii.gov/, is managed by Hawaii Information Consortium, LLC, a Hawaii corporation and wholly owned subsidiary of eGovernment firm, NIC Inc. (NASDAQ: EGOV). Hawaii Information Consortium partners with state agencies to bring more state business online and improve public access to government information.
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