Dissolving a corporation may rescue you from tax and registered agent debts that are never considered for years. Restoring your recent corporation will be a better option in case of brand-new business ideas. Restoring your corporation by revocation of voluntary dissolution has several vital steps and the most important one is the payment of all relevant taxes with their interests. Also, the Certificate of Revocation of Voluntary Dissolution has to be filed accurately within three years of the dissolution date.
How Can I Restore a Dissolved Corporation?
You have decided one way or the other, and dissolved your corporation in order to avoid any unintended consequences while you are not running your business day-to-day. Dissolving a corporation may rescue you from taxes and registered agent debts, that are never considered for years. After having dissolved and canceled your corporation, the day has come, and the spirit of entrepreneurship found you once again. Restoring your recent corporation will be a better option in many cases, rather than incorporating a new one along with the extra incorporation filing expenses. Now, let’s look at the required steps to revoke your canceled corporation.
How Can I Restore My Dissolved Corporation?
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- Specify your case
- Clemta will handle the restoration process.
- You have successfully restored your dissolved corporation.
The revival of a corporation may occur mainly in three cases. The first one is your corporation may have voided for non-payment of franchise taxes or failure to file the annual report. The second probability is your corporation may have forfeited for failure to obtain a registered agent. And the last one is you may have voluntarily dissolved and canceled your corporation. Since applicable legislation and required forms differ in each case, identifying the cause and taking steps accordingly is crucial in most cases.
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Restoring your corporation by the revocation of voluntary dissolution has several vital steps. The first and the most important one is the payment of all franchise taxes and other relevant taxes and penalties with an interest rate, during the time between the dissolution and the revocation period. This requirement prevents the abuse of dissolution & revocation processes, which may be used with the intent of tax evasion. After having paid all your relevant taxes between the two periods, filing of the Certificate of Revocation of Voluntary Dissolution is also required by the Delaware Division of Corporations. Such forms and certificates may also be found on Division’s official website. Along with a cover letter including some required contact and legal information, this certificate can only be filed and mailed to the State of Delaware; only if at least of the majority of shares that have voted on the dissolution will also be required to have voted in revoking the dissolution. Also, do not forget that a corporation may revoke its dissolution within three years of its dissolution’s effective date.
Restoring a dissolved corporation includes several legal, regulatory, and accounting challenges.
Clemta offers a complete consultancy in terms of your incorporation and post-incorporation procedures. With Clemta, you can apply for dissolution or revocation of your corporation within minutes. You may check our website and pick out our services according to your needs with one-click. Clemta will handle the rest for you.