How to Properly Dissolve NYS Corp that is Inactive/Never Had Activity for 2 Years
Hello. I am a bit frustrated with my accountant that has told me for two years that we should/that he would handle dissolving a corp that a friend/attorney set up, and then create an LLC which he feels will be better for my type of business (marketing/consulting).
I know that for NYS i have to fill out a cert of dissolution form 1337, and then send to NYS tax dept for approval. And with this would be a final tax return marked as final on i think form CT-3 as i was told by NYS.
The issue is that there has been no activity ever, and no filing for past two years. My accountant is stating that it should have been simple with above, but the IRS is requiring a filing even though no activity and he is not exactly sure what to do. In between this i apparently had only a temp # as i never moved forward with it. I have a TF ID and just want to dissolve this properly with the stat and fed govt if needed. And would like to be sure there are no penalties for not filing past couple of years with state or IRS.
I know that this is ultimately my responsibility and am tired of him trying to figure out something that i would think is a basic accounting procedure and