Do I need to file form 3536?

Do I need to file form 3536?

Form 3536 only needs to be filed if your income is $250,000 or more. You use Form FTB 3522, LLC Tax Voucher to pay the annual limited liability company (LLC) tax of $800 for taxable year.

What FTB 3536?

LLCs should use form FTB 3536, Estimated Fee for LLCs, to remit the estimated fee payment. A penalty will apply if the LLC’s estimated fee payment is less than the fee owed for the taxable year. See Penalties and Interest, for more information. The LLC fee remains due and payable by the due date of the LLC’s return.

Do you have to pay the $800 California LLC fee every year?

Every LLC that is doing business or organized in California must pay an annual tax of $800. This yearly tax will be due, even if you are not conducting business, until you cancel your LLC. You have until the 15th day of the 4th month from the date you file with the SOS to pay your first-year annual tax.

Do you have to pay the $800 California C corp fee the first year?

California law generally imposes a minimum franchise tax of $800 on every corporation incorporated, qualified to transact business, or doing business in California. A corporation that incorporates or qualifies to do business in California is exempt from paying the minimum franchise tax in its first taxable year.

Who is exempt from California Franchise Tax?

Do you have to pay the $800 California LLC fee the first year 2022?

People who set up a limited liability company or partnership in California won’t have to pay the annual $800 minimum tax levied on business entities their first year, under the budget bill signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom, but the waiver applies only to those formed from 2021 through 2023.

Do you have to pay the $800 California LLC fee the first year 2021?

No, since your California LLC doesn’t need to pay the $800 franchise tax for its 1st year, you don’t need to file Form 3522. Form 3522 will need to be filed in the 2nd year. For instructions on filing Form 3522, please see California LLC Annual Franchise Tax.

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