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Dissolving Your
Pennsylvania Company

Company Dissolution in Pennsylvania

The Process

To dissolve a company in Pennsylvania first step is to have a meeting of its members (for LLC) or directors/shareholders (for corporation) and have a resolution drafted authorizing dissolution. Once such resolution was ratified, the process of dissolution involves the following steps:

1. Obaining Clearances & Consents

To dissolve a Pennsylvania entity first step is to obtain a Tax Clearance Certificate from the Department of Revenue and the Department of Labor & Industry. The process can take as long as 4-5 months.

2. Filing Articles of Dissolution

Articles of Dissolution are filed with Pennsylvania Department of State. The processing of dissolution at the Pennsylvania Department of State level takes about 1 week.

3. Newspaper Publication

There are no newspaper publication requirements to dissolve a company in Pennsylvania.

4. Updating Other Agencies & Company Documents

Don't forget to notify the IRS and other state agencies regaring the dissolution. Also, make sure you file a "final" tax return for the company.

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We will prepare and file your dissolution application in a professional manner with Pennsylvania Department of State, as well as obtain the necessary tax clearances and update the IRS regarding the dissolution. All you need to do is complete our simple application below.

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