How do I authorize someone else to file or act for my business?

If you have a business representative visiting our offices, calling on behalf of the business, or filing online; please make sure that individual is authorized to act for the company. If that person is not the owner, an officer, or member listed on paperwork previously filed with our office, he or she should not be able to file and will not be given information regarding that business other than what is public information. Written documentation signed by the owner/officer/member of the company authorizing such action may be required. Businesses may use their own format or request a form from the Business Section.

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1. How do I pay my business tax?
2. Is there a late filing penalty for failure to file a return by the prescribed deadline?
3. What if I have multiple locations or multiple lines of business?
4. I would like to send my information overnight, but UPS, FedEx, etc. will not use a Post Office Box for the address. What address do I use?
5. How do I authorize someone else to file or act for my business?
6. Are there any additional requirements if a business is advertising to go out of business, and selling remaining inventory?
7. What do I need to do to close my business?
8. If I do not renew my business license, am I considered out of business?
9. I have concerns regarding neighbors in home business. Who should I contact?