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Publication Requirement

Nevada’s publication regulations are slightly different than other states, and require that only out-of-state companies publish a statement. In order to conduct business in the state, foreign corporations must publish a statement including the name of the corporation, the officer submitting the statement, and the addresses of both the principal office and the Nevada office. Assets and liabilities are not required.

If a company does not comply with this requirement, it will be subjected to a fine of $100 for every month, and will also lose authorization to practice business in Nevada.

The statement must be published before the end of March, or before the end of the third month following the close of the fiscal year. The publication must be made in two issues of any newspaper in Nevada with a weekly circulation of at least 1,000.

Types of Organization: Corporations
Applies to Foreign (out-of-state): (only foreign)
Time Limit: March, or the end of the third month following the close of the fiscal year
Publication Run: 2 issues
Publication Guideline: “a newspaper published in this State that has a total weekly circulation of at least 1,000.”
Penalty for Not Publishing: $100/month fine, loss of authorization
Additional Requirements for: -
All we need from you is some basic information about your company