Reinstatement in California
How much time do I have to reinstate my company in California?
In California you can reinstate your company any time after suspension or forfeiture. Dissolved California entities cannot be reinstated, so in case like that you would need to file as a new entity.
What needs to be done to reinstate a company in California?
Depending on whether the entity was suspended by Secretary of State, Franchise Tax Board, or both you would need to file Statement of Information and/or pay all outstanding balances due, file any late tax returns, and file Application for Certificate of Revivor.
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Our company provides full service in assisting with entity reinstatement in California. We will handle all the steps of reinstatement from researching current outstanding past due fees and fines, to preparing the necessary documents, filing with the California Secretary of State, and making sure the filing is successful.
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Reinstatement in Another State:
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
- North Dakota