Sometimes it ends up being necessary to dissolve your corporation or LLC if you are no longer able to do business or moving on to another venture. If you do not file the necessary paperwork to close your corporation then the officers could still be liable for any taxes or other State filing requirements. It is not difficult to dissolve a corporation in Texas. You need to close out with the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts office and file a Certificate of Dissolution with the Texas Secretary of State’s office. Once you have finalized all tax filings through the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts office, you will receive a Tax Letter of Good Standing. This certificate is then filed with the Certificate of Dissolution form with the Texas Secretary of State’s office. You will receive a final termination certificate from the Texas Secretary of State’s office once this form has been approved.
Reference: Texas Terminations and Reinstatements FAQs
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