Wyoming Taxes

Taxes and Doing Business in Wyoming

Why do businesses love Wyoming? It’s the most tax-friendly business state in the US. This keeps the administrative costs of operating a business low. Take a look: Continue reading

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How to Form a Corporation in Wyoming

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

  1. 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.
  2. Mail or hand deliver your documents.
  3. 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.

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How to Form a Wyoming LLC

Everything you need to know to Form an LLC in Wyoming

You’ve done the research and you’ve made your decision: Your new business will be an LLC in America’s best business state: Wyoming. Now what? While the process can seem intimidating, following steps to form a Wyoming LLC can help you tackle the process with confidence. Continue reading

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How to Choose a Registered Agent

When you form an LLC or corporation in Wyoming, you will need a registered agent. Wyoming state law requires you to appoint a registered agent within the state to accept service of process.

For most business owners, this seems like little more than an annoying regulation imposed by the state. After all, no one really expects to get sued, and some new business owners don’t see the point of selecting carefully a Wyoming registered agent. Continue reading

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How to File an Annual Report in Wyoming

Whether your business is a nonprofit, LLC, corporation or partnership, you’ll need to be aware of your annual compliance requirements in Wyoming.

Staying on top of your annual reports keeps your company active and in good standing. If you’re considering skipping this step, the good news is that you won’t be charged a penalty fee. The bad news is that your business will be dissolved or revoked. You have 60 days past the due date before your company is in danger of this fate.

That’s  why keeping track of your annual report due date is of utmost importance. Thankfully, it’s about as difficult as remembering your anniversary–your company anniversary. Your report is due on the first day of the month your business formation documents were officially filed. So if your, company began April 14, 2015, your report is due April 1, 2016. Continue reading

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Starting a Business in Wyoming

Every day new businesses open in Wyoming. That’s because, all first-time entrepreneur nerves aside, starting a business in Wyoming is pretty straightforward.

Our guide below is designed to help you start a Wyoming business as quickly and easily as possible. Continue reading

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