Calculate Your Delaware Franchise Tax Online

What type of business entity are you?

Total number of shares that your company has:

Stock par value:

You have the option of refiguring your tax by using the Assumed Par Value Method. To refigure your tax, please enter the required information below:

Enter the total number of shares you have issued to shareholders:

Total gross assets shall be those "total assets" reported on the U.S. Form 1120, Schedule L (Federal Return) relative to the company's fiscal year ending the calendar year of the report:

Your Estimated Tax Using the Assumed Par Value Method: Your Estimated Tax Using the Authorized Shares Method:

Please note: this is only an estimated Franchise Tax amount due. The exact amount due will depend on the entity's specific internal details. The estimated Franchise Tax amount due does not include the $50 annual report fee. If applicable, this estimate does not include any past due Franchise Tax amounts. Other additional fees may apply when filing.

You may file using the lower of the two calculations.