Dissolution (Closing a Business)

Even if your business did not makmoney or file annual reports for several years, it may not be officially closed.  Excluding trade names (DBAs), a business is not closed until a dissolution has been filed.  If you receive an annual report reminder from our office, your business is still considered active and may be subject to business entity tax. Please take time to file a dissolution online and save yourself unnecessary taxes and other fees. Filing is free.

Please also note that “dissolution” is a term only used for domestic LLCs, stock and nonstock corporations. If your business is not one of these entity typesthe document you need to file may be a “cancellation” “withdrawal” or “renunciation.”


There is no charge to file a dissolution. Please follow these steps to file:


Once you have successfully filed the dissolution your business will be dissolved.  There will be no additional review by our office, and you won’t be required to file past due annual reports.