My New York LLC is just owned by me and I pay personal taxes, do I still have to file semi-annual reports?

It looks like you have a requirement to do so every two years. Here are some relevant excerpts from the NYS Dep’t of State website:

What is a Biennial Statement for a Business Corporation or Limited Liability Company?

Domestic and foreign business corporations are required by Section 408 of the Business Corporation Law to file a Biennial Statement every two years with the New York Department of State. The Biennial Statement must set forth: (i) the name and business address of its chief executive officer, (ii) the street address of its principal executive office and (iii) the address to which the New York Secretary of State shall forward copies of process accepted on behalf of the corporation.

Domestic and foreign limited liability companies (LLCs) are required by Section 301(e) of the Limited Liability Company Law to file a Biennial Statement every two years with the New York Department of State setting forth the address to which the New York Secretary of State shall mail a copy of any process accepted on its behalf.

When do I file a Biennial Statement?

The filing period for a business corporation or LLC is the calendar month in which its original Certificate of Incorporation, Articles of Organization or Application for Authority was filed with the New York Department of State. The Biennial Statement must be filed every two years.

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