Can I Dissolve My New York Business?
Yes. But you need to first evaluate your legal rights and obligations. These rights and obligations start of first with reaching agreement with your fellow shareholders and partners. Once voluntary dissolution is agreed to then certain steps need to be taken at the State and, possibly, city level. To learn more about the steps involved - including tax filings that are required click here.
If you are faced with a dispute with your business partners and agreement can not be reached as to a voluntary corporate dissolution, learn more about your right to seek dissolution when faced with a corporate deadlock.
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