Find Out Why The State Shut Down 2 Of Jim Bob Duggar’s Companies

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May 9 2018, Published 9:46 p.m. ET

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Just days after news broke that Derick Dillard’s non-profit was shut down, revealed that his father-in-law, Jim Bob Duggar, had two of his businesses revoked by the state.

The Duggar family patriarch launched Save-N-Go, INC, a for-profit corporation on January 22, 1988.

According to a spokesperson for Arkansas Secretary of State, the company was eventually revoked by the state because the Jim Bob only filed an annual report on the business in 1991.

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Then on May 1, 2015, Jim Bob and his wife Michelle started Duggar Processing, LLC, which is a limited liability company.

The Secretary of State revoked that business on January 1, 2017, due to the Duggars not filing tax requirements for 2016, 2017 and 2018.

Despite the multiple business closings, Jim is currently the manager of the Limited Liability Company Duggar Properties, which is in good standing.

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As OK! readers know, Jill Duggar and her husband Derick’s controversial charity was officially shut down on February 8, 2018.

After years of scandal, Jill and Derick, the listed director of the nonprofit, announced that they were discontinuing the charity in August 2017.

Despite the charity being properly registered with the IRS, fans constantly slammed the nonprofit for what they considered “shady business” practices.

What do you think about Jim Bob’s previously having two of his businesses revoked by the state? Sound off in the comments!


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