Renew your license: Corporation or LLC
Corporations and Limited Liability Companies renew annually. Business Licensing Service will send a renewal notice to the licensees’ registered agents approximately 45 days before their license expires. It’s the licensee’s responsibility to renew on time, whether they receive the renewal form or not.
The Corporation or Limited Liability Company (LLC) renewal is provided by the Business Licensing Service as a renewal agent for the Office of the Secretary of State.
How to renew
You may file for renewal by using one of the following options:
- File online using our new online system, My DOR. My DOR works best with Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome.
To get started:
- Login using your Secure Access Washington (SAW) user ID. If you don’t have a user ID or aren’t sure, see if you have an account first before signing up.
- Once logged in, add My DOR to your list of services, then open My DOR.
- Then, add access to your business. You’ll need a renewal letter with your UBI number and letter ID.
- You should see an alert for a renewal or annual report that’s due. Click on the business name of the business that needs attention, then click on the alert to begin filing.
- You can pay using an E-check or a MasterCard, Visa, Discover or American Express credit or debit card (gift cards can’t be used). Note: There is a 2.5 percent convenience fee for using a credit/debit card.
Find more help for using My DOR, including video tutorials.
Note: The unavailability of the online renewal system isn’t grounds for an extension to the filing deadlines.
To avoid late renewal penalties, renew your license on or before the expiration date, as determined in the Pacific Time Zone. Official filing of an online renewal is dependent upon our receipt of all fees charged to your credit card or bank account.