A suspended California corporation has lost all of its rights and privileges and cannot legally operate.
A California corporation may be suspended by the Franchise Tax Board for failure to file a return and/or failure to pay taxes, penalties, or interest; and/or by the Secretary of State for failure to file the required Statement of Information and, if applicable, the required Statement by Common Interest Development Association. If your California corporation has been suspended, and you continue to operate in California, you may be exposed to risk and liability.
We have helped many previously-suspended California corporations regain their active status. If your California corporation has been suspended, then call us today. We will find the reason why your corporation was suspended, if you do not already know it, and then we will help you revive your California corporation through the California Secretary of State and the Franchise Tax Board.
Do you have any questions or concerns about reviving a suspended corporation? We are here to answer your questions. Please call us or stop by one of our convenient locations to schedule a confidential consultation.
Removal Of Suspension Of Suspended California Corporations