Users that create a Certificate of Incorporation for Delaware sometimes need additional documents. Here are some others you might be interested in. There are benefits to incorporating in Delaware—and if you’re on this page, you’re probably aware of some of them. Please feel free to use the sample Articles below to help you draft your own Delaware Articles of Incorporation so that you can file them with the Division of Corporations in Dover, Delaware. We hope you’ve found the free sample articles above to be useful. If, on the other hand, you’d prefer to have us draft and file your Delaware Articles of Incorporation, look no further—Click and Inc is happy to take care of all of your Delaware corporation filing requirements! One of the disadvantages of listing extra information on the Certificate is that in order to make any changes, an amendment must be filed with the state. Not surprisingly, the state charges a hefty fee to file an amendment; the thought of this superfluous fee is unappealing to many clients, which is why most people choose not to list any additional information on their Certificate of Formation. The Annual Report filing fee for all other domestic corporations is $50.00 plus taxes due upon filing of the Annual Report. Taxes and Annual Reports are to be received no later than March 1st of each year. If you later need to change your registered agent, the Delaware change fee starts at $50.