By: Doug Bend
If a legal entity has been “FTB Suspended” it was suspended by the California Franchise Tax Board most likely because the company did not pay its annual franchise tax.
There are two potential problems with being FTB Suspended:
(i) Someone could register a new entity name as the same name as your entity and…
(ii) you might not be provided with any liability protection if a cause of action arises while your entity is suspended.
The best way to lift the suspension is to file a Statement of Information with the California Secretary of State’s Office and to work with a CPA to get your corporation squared away with the California Franchise Tax Board.
You can read more about what it means to be FTB Suspended and how to revive a suspended legal entity here.
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