An LLC can be dissolved almost as easily as it is created. If you form your LLC and then decide to close it for whatever reason in the future, you simply will have to file “Articles of Dissolution” with the state and take the money out of the company (if any) and return it to the members.
You will then notify the IRS (cancel your FEIN and indicate your final tax return) and any other appropriate government agencies and vendors that the LLC is no longer in business. Our Articles of Dissolution filing service will file your dissolution paperwork with the state and also provide you a checklist of after-filing tasks to properly shut down the company.
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