- 1). Choose a dissolution form for the type of business structure you will close, available at the State of New Jersey website.
- 2). Follow the form instructions. If you are not sure your annual report obligations are up-to-date, check to find out before you complete the form. Log on to business entity status reports.
- 3). Get additional required forms to complete and file for closing a domestic and foreign profit corporation.
- 4). Check with your local county clerk if you established a sole proprietorship through this office. The county clerk can tell you the appropriate forms you need to complete and file for closing your business.
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