Close Your LLC, Corporation or Nonprofit With Just a Few Clicks

Let our experienced team review and e-file your dissolution paperwork with the appropriate state agencies. It’s quick, simple, and painless.

✔ $99 all-included flat rate + government fees
Over 10000 businesses served
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It Takes Less than One Minute!

  1. Answer 10 simple questions about your business.

  2. Our experts will review your answers and prepare the appropriate paperwork.

  3. We cut through the bureaucracy and file the dissolution paperwork directly with the state.

  4. Your business is now officially closed!

We have helped over 10,000 business owners move on from their closed businesses.

Trusted by over 10,000+ business owners since 2010

Included in Our Dissolution Package

Same-Day Processing

Your order will be reviewed and forwarded to the state agency in one business day.

IRS Dissolution Notification

With your consent, we will also notify the IRS that you are no longer in business.

Dedicated Specialists

Our business specialists are ready to provide you with guidance and support.

Protect Your Privacy

We follow strict privacy guidelines and will never share your information with anyone.

Access to Your Documents

Track your order in real time and access your documents any time you need them.

Save Time and Money

Save time and money by avoiding costly errors when closing your business.

100% Satisfaction Guarantee. No Contracts. No Surprises.

If It’s Time to Move On, We Are Here to Help.

But don’t just take our word for it. Here’s what our clients say.

I used to run a restaurant in Houston. Due to illness and financial setbacks, I decided to close the store. ClickDissolve was a godsend for me. The agent did all the filing with the state to close down my business. It was an emotional time for me and I’m glad that I had help with it.

Chad Hendred
Former owner of Burger Tex in Houston, Texas

Common Questions About Our Dissolution Service

If you have further questions, please contact us. We love to help!

  • Will notify the IRS that the business has been closed?

    Yes, we will.  When you check the “Notify IRS to deactivate EIN” box in your order, we will let the IRS know that you are no longer in business and no longer need to use the EIN.

    Please make sure that you have already taken care of your tax obligation before closing the business. When you file your final federal tax return for the business, please mark “FINAL” on the form. If you haven’t done so, please let us know on your order so that we can assist you with this matter.

  • How much will it cost to use your dissolution service?

    Our flat-rate service fee is $95 plus applicable government fees. Government fees vary by state. There are no contracts or any other extra charges.

  • What are the advantages of a dissolution?

    As long as the legal entity exists, it is liable for taxes and other fees. If you want to avoid unnecessary expenses, it is recommended that you dissolve the business according to the rules defined by the state and to acquire your Certificate of Dissolution. Until you possess this, your company will be held liable for filing all relevant federal, state, and municipal tax returns. Failure to file these returns can result in substantial penalties and fees associated with late filing.

    Even if you have already closed your business operations, your corporation/LLC, directors, and officers (and in some cases, shareholders and members) will be deemed personally liable for aspects of the business until you file dissolution.

  • What are the Articles of Dissolution?

    To close a business, you will need to file the necessary paperwork in the state where you incorporated it. Many states call this filing a Certificate of Dissolution or Articles of Dissolution. Some states will not allow such a filing until all tax debts have been paid.

  • What happens to the assets of a closed business?

    Typically, the assets are distributed to the owners and shareholders/members based on a percentage of ownership or a consensus agreement. In many cases, owners choose to buy the assets from the company at a moderate price and claim depreciation of each item.

  • How long will it take to process the Articles of Dissolution?

    Normally, we review and file your dissolution paperwork in one business day. However, the governing state agency might take some time to approve it; the timeline varies by state. In our experience, it usually takes one to six weeks for the request to be processed.

    Our team will help you to avoid any errors in your paperwork in order to have your case processed as quickly as possible.

  • How to dissolve a business or an LLC?

    The process of dissolving a business or LLC is different in every state. To dissolve a business or LLC, you must follow the specific requirements and steps outlined in the state where your business or LLC is registered. This may include:

    • Filing articles of dissolution with the appropriate state agency.
    • Handling outstanding debts and obligations, including paying off creditors and fulfilling contracts or leases.
    • Properly distributing assets to the owners or members of the business or LLC.
    • You may also need to notify the state, your creditors, and any other parties that have an interest in your business or LLC when you dissolve it.

  • How do I dissolve or terminate my LLC?

    To dissolve your LLC, you need to follow some steps. First, you have to tell the state you are dissolving your LLC by filling out some papers called “articles of dissolution.” Then, you have to take care of any debts or promises you still have to pay. Finally, you need to give any assets you have left to the owners of the LLC. You also might have to tell other people, like creditors and customers, that you are dissolving the LLC.

When I made the decision to close Monaz Studio, I was worried that the bureaucracy would swamp me with fees and paperwork. I never imagined that it could be so simple, but it was with ClickDissolve. After filling out the form here, I got the approval of dissolution in just two weeks. Thank you for helping me!

Evaline Monaz
Former owner of Monaz Studio in Chicago, Illinois
ClickDissolve is a Veteran-Owned Business
ClickDissolve is a Veteran-Owned Business


Moving on from your business?

It doesn’t have to be stressful – let us do all the hard work for you. Let us ease your burden from unnecessary bureaucracy. You can rest assured that you are in excellent hands.


5 Steps to Close an LLC or Corporation

  1. Settle all debts and liabilities: Before closing the business, it is important to make sure that all debts and liabilities have been settled and paid off.
  2. File dissolution documents with the state: To officially close the business, you will need to file dissolution documents with the state in which the business was incorporated.
  3. Notify all stakeholders: You should notify all stakeholders, including employees, creditors, and suppliers, that the business is closing. You should also inform the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and the state tax agency.
  4. Transfer or sell assets: You will need to transfer or sell any assets remaining after debts and liabilities have been settled.
  5. Obtain a tax clearance certificate: This certificate verifies that all taxes have been paid and the business has fulfilled its obligations to the state.

With ClickDissolve, you can close your business the right way – and with just a few clicks.