Posted on: July 22, 2015
Everything you need to know about incorporating in Wyoming!
The State of Wyoming is a very popular option for those looking to form corporations for a variety of purposes. A Wyoming corporation is a legal business entity that is governed by state laws. A Wyoming corporations is owned by its shareholders and run by its board of directors.
Forming a Wyoming corporation is a pretty straight forward process.
Steps to Starting a Corporation in Wyoming
- You just file your Articles of Incorporation form and a Consent to Appointment by Registered Agent form with the Wyoming Secretary of State’s office and pay the $100 filing fee.
- Mail or hand deliver your documents.
- The state will take 3-5 days to file your articles of incorporation. Once that is done, the Secretary of State will send you a filing confirmation.