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Disbanding a company

Closing down a business is not something you do lightly. It may be that you were active with your company for many years, and you are really closing a period in your life. It also happens that the BV is never used and that you therefore want to dissolve the company. We explain how to dissolve a company! In fact, you do not need a lawyer or a notary to do so. explains how you can dissolve your private limited company quickly and easily.

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Using our digital service, you dissolve your BV for a flat fee of €289, no notary involved.

What does dissolving a company mean?

If you have a company but you are not using it, it will cost you money. You will also spend time keeping records. If you are not planning to use the company, you may decide to dissolve it. We explain how dissolving a company works.

Turboliquidating a company – What should you consider?

Turboliquidating a company means that you immediately dissolve and wind up the company. For turboliquidation, however, it is important that the company is empty: this means that there are no assets and liabilities. If there is a creditor then they can reverse the turboliquidation. Below we explain what you look for to determine whether you can turboliquidate the company.


The first step before liquidating the company is to check whether there are any assets. This could be inventory or real estate. Before you can wind up the company, you need to sell the assets.


Next, you examine whether there are any debts (liabilities). Here, any debt is important: whether it is a large tax debt or the cost of using a domain name. Only when the debts are paid (or discharged) can you wind up your company.


You can only dissolve a company when there are no more employees. If you still have employees, you must first terminate the employment contracts before you can proceed with turboliquidation.

Are there any certificates

Before you can wind up the company, you will have to check whether any depositary receipts to which meeting rights are attached have been issued. If so, you cannot immediately wind up the company.


If a pledge has been established on shares, you must first cancel or terminate this pledge before you can proceed to wind up the company.


If there is a usufruct on the shares, the usufructuary must give his consent to liquidate the company.

What else should I consider?

In addition to the above issues, there are other things you need to take into account when dissolving the company. There may be ongoing contracts for the internet, gas, water and light. If you have a pension right BV or standing right BV, there are special rules for winding up.

Out-source liquidation

Do you want to liquidate your company but prefer to have it done? You can! Within 24 hours, the process is started at the most advantageous fixed rates. assists in dissolving companies on a daily basis. Contact us to discuss the possibilities or start the intake immediately.

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