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I own an LLC taxed as S-Corp. The LLC has made no money. For

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I own an LLC taxed as S-Corp. The LLC has made no money. For 2012 taxes, a Sch C was filed instead of a 1120S. I want to dissolve the LLC this year and file final returns. Do I need to amend 2012 taxes to 1120S so I can file final 1120S?

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Yes, you have it ... otherwise, you'll get into a situation where you can't dissolve, because CA wants you to have all taxes, debts, filed, paid, etc. and part of that is that 1120-S with the "final return" box checked .... and if you file that one, IRS will come to you looking for last year's return

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I still don't see you coming into the chat here ... I can move us to the "Q&A mode ... Maybe that will help

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OK Moving us now (We can still continue a dialogue there, just not in real-time as we can here)

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Let me now if you have further questions

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