Business Closed or Sold

Business Closed
You need to notify the Department of Revenue when you close your business. This allows the department to close your account and stop sending forms for future periods. Failure to properly notify the Department of Revenue may cause unwanted correspondence or additional contacts for tax filing. If the department does not know you have closed your business you may be viewed as a nonfiler owing back taxes.

What to do when you close your business:

  • Complete the Notice of Business Closure (CR-108)
  • Return the completed form to: Kansas Department of Revenue, 915 SW Harrison Street, Topeka, KS 66625-9000 or FAX to 785-291-3614.
  • Include information on the date the business was closed
  • Make sure all tax filings are current
  • If you had no business activity to report for certain periods you may use the online applications for zero based filing
  • Make sure all outstanding taxes are paid

Business Sold
You need to notify the Department of Revenue when you sell your business. The department can then change the records of your account to show the information on the new owner and to take your name off the account. This helps reduce the chance you may be contacted on future tax issues for that business. If the department does not know you have sold your business you may be viewed as a nonfiler or you may be contacted on a tax liability the business incurs after you sold it.

What to do when you sell your business:

  • Complete the Notice of Business Closure (CR-108)
  • Return the completed form to: Kansas Department of Revenue, 915 SW Harrison Street, Topeka, KS 66625-9000 or FAX to 785-291-3614.
  • Include information on the date the business was sold
  • Include the name and address of the new owner
  • Make sure all tax filings are current up to the date of sale
  • If you had no business activity to report for certain periods you may use the online applications for zero based filing
  • Make sure all outstanding taxes are paid for periods up to the date of sale