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I am in the process of incorporating a C corp. It will likely have no revenue between now and the end of this year. It will have regular startup expenses. Do I have to file 2015 taxes or can I wait and lump everything into 2016?

Unfortunately you have to file your taxes for every year even if you do not have any business activity as well as to comply with your state fillings and the filings for your Secretary of State. You cannot add the activity of 2 years together, there has to be a filing for every year, in this case $0 revenue for 2015 but you still have to file it with $0


Answered 4 years ago

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