C corporation no income

Hello, I open C corporation in Delawere, 17 may, and I don't have revenue. When I need to pay tax? How much? Where I know about my tax


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This is a public user-to-user forum. It's a bit apparent you don't fully understand the requirements of a C-Corp when it comes to taxes. You *REALLY* need to seek the services of a CPA or Tax Attorney, as returns are required for a C-Corp regardless of revenue. There's also a requirement that as the owner/officer of a C-Corp, you have to take required distributions. Assuming you started in May of 2017 and not 2016, if you don't do things right then the fines and penalties that will be assessed by both the state and the IRS will make the cost of a CPA seem like a pittance in comparison. It's also highly probable those fines and penalties (which are high) can easily bankrupt your C-Corp before it even gets off the ground. Please seek professional help on this.

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