Liquidating s corp
With liability insurance, whether you'll get a refund depends on the terms of your policy.
Some business owners don't have the time, skill, or desire to sell off their own assets.
If you have items that will be hard to sell, such as worn out equipment and office furniture, consider donating them to charity for a tax deduction.
In other words, forget about selling assets cheaply and pocketing the cash, or worse, giving away assets to friends or family for free.
If you find yoursef in this position, there are a couple of routes you can take: Once you're done selling your business assets, if there is money left over after paying off your creditors, be sure to follow the rules for making a final distribution of cash to yourself and any other owners.
is a Colorado Foreign Corporation filed on September 21, 2004.
State codes differ on dissolution procedures for S Corporations, but managers must follow them exactly to legally terminate the business and liquid assets.
You must also follow all dissolution guidelines stated in your own company's Articles of Incorporation, which were determined when the business was established.
Make a list of the physical property your business owns, as well as any money owed to the business in the form of rent, security deposits, and unpaid bills (accounts receivable) you still expect to collect.