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If your business has lost good standing and has been administratively dissolved by the state, you can apply for reinstatement. In order to be reinstated, a business must file all past-due annual reports, pay all taxes, interest, and penalties. We can help you reinstate it and get things back on track.
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Your quote depends upon both your business type and the states in which you do business.
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Most states allow a limited period of time to reinstate your good standing; otherwise, they may administratively dissolve your company or revoke your right to do business, exposing you to liability. Respond early to limit the damage done. We’re here to alleviate any uncertainties about your legal status.
First, you must determine what caused your company to forfeit its good standing and make amends by filing delinquent forms and paying any outstanding fees and penalties. Then, you must submit an application for reinstatement to the state. Our compliance experts will guide you throughout every step of the process.
Reinstatement is necessary if your company loses good standing in any state where it’s registered to do business. Failing to file annual reports on time is the most common reason for loss of good standing status. If your company has already been administratively dissolved, some states may allow reinstatement.