Need to close your LLC or corporation? We’re here to help. Our experts can take care of the dissolution process from start to finish.
If your company is no longer operating in its own state, or the state in which you formed your business, dissolving the entity officially ends your business' activities in a state.
It requires obtaining tax clearance from the Department of Revenue and filing Articles of Dissolution with the Department of State.
We at Business Globalizer make dissolving your business painless. We will prepare the necessary documents to obtain the tax clearance for your business, as you end business operations.
Business Globalizer completes all these three steps to dissolve a company excellently on your behalf, making an otherwise complicated procedure quick and simple.
There are three key steps to dissolving a company. Business Globalizer completes these steps in a timely manner on your behalf, making an otherwise cumbersome process simple and stress-free.
You provide basic information, and we do the rest. Business Globalizer will:
*Note: The company dissolution may get delayed if the state requires tax clearance.
Filing a dissolution with Business Globalizer can provide numerous benefits. We make a complicated process simple and straightforward, making it simple and stress-free.
Formally closing your business involves several steps and is a stressful time. A corporation or LLC cannot be dissolved without the owners' consent. In corporations, the decision must be approved by the shareholders. Members of limited liability companies (LLCs) give their consent.
Shareholders or members of small enterprises are frequently active in daily operations and aware of the situation. The state in which the corporation or LLC was created must receive papers. You must also file Paperwork in those states where the corporation was authorized to conduct business.
You must formally notify the IRS and your state and local taxing authorities of the closure of your business. A checklist for shutting a company is available on the IRS website and links to a different state and municipal laws. It is vital to wind up all legal and contractual affairs.