Secretary Of State Notices
North Carolina Administrative Dissolution Notice
Have you received an Administrative Dissolution Notice from the Secretary of State? As a business owner we know your life can get pretty busy. Sometimes you may forget to file your annual report or pay the required fees to keep your business on “active” status. The Secretary of State checks up on businesses that have not filed or paid the annual fee. Once the deadlines pass an Administrative Dissolution notice is sent to the registered business owner. These notices inform the business that they are no longer in “active” status and are ceased to do business in the state.
An Administrative Dissolution notice pertains to LLC’s, S & C corporate business setups. When businesses fail to file the required paperwork and overlook the payment of the annual fee, the NC Department of Revenue gets involved. They notify the Secretary of State of the suspension, resulting in the issuance of an Administrative Dissolution notice.
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John F. Stevens, CPA, PLLC can prepare all of the necessary paperwork to get your business reinstated with the Secretary of State at an affordable rate. Just bring the notice to us, to get this taken care of right away. In addition he can prepare your tax return for individuals and small businesses and resolve your IRS CP2000 notice. Contact us today for a free consultation.