A corporation or LLC can come to a place of dissolution for several reasons. It can simply be a decision you've made for your company because it is no longer successful, you are moving on to a new adventure or your shareholders wish to dissolve its assets. This will, fortunately, stop the necessary tax filings and other requirements that come with having a record of operation on file with the secretary of state. But, the emotional decision to dissolve your company can be tough at times, if you put your heart and sweat into building your own business.
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How to Close an LLC or Corporation
A company begins with Articles of Incorporation when it is formed, therefore it makes sense that Articles must be filed to dissolve a company that has been in operation. Without filing the proper paperwork, the business owner will continue to be liable for taxes and other state requirements. Fortunately, closing a company is really a matter of paperwork.