Hi, the Single Member LLC was formed in Feb/2019. It is just a start up and I have never got around to actually starting the business. No profits have been made. No debts. Nothing. I only filed for a sales permit with the NV department of taxation.
Now I want to dissolve the LLC, should I pay to get it dissolved, or can I just not renew my articles and business license, and let it automatically dissolve, since there are no debtors and no business has been conducted.???
A: You can dissolve your LLC by filling out and submitting Articles of Dissolution and Customer Order Instructions forms to the Secretary of State along with a modest fee of $125. If you let it dissolve by inaction, and have unpaid fees, the accumulated fees would be due upon dissolution by the state, so the better option is to actively dissolve, rather than letting be dissolve by inaction.
Contact the Nevada Secretary of State for the required information.
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