Wyoming Incorporation for $200!
When you hire us to incorporate your Wyoming business, you’ll be getting more than just a corporation. Our Wyoming incorporation includes a year of Wyoming registered agent service, mail forwarding, and a secure, online account through which you can manage and view all your Wyoming corporation’s documents.
Wyoming Incorporation + Registered Agent + Mail Forwarding = $200
Wyoming Incorporation Overview:
When you hire Wyoming Mail Forwarding LLC for Wyoming incorporation service, you’re helping to ensure your new business’ future. Every incorporation order includes:
- Wyoming Corporation
When you complete our signup form, we’ll complete your Wyoming corporation’s formation documents (Articles of Incorporation) and file the corporate formation documents with the Wyoming Secretary of State. We’ll also provide you with the following: Wyoming corporate bylaws, WY corporation stock certificates, and initial corporate resolutions. We’ll also file the Articles of Incorporation using our address to keep your personal information as private as possible.
- Wyoming Registered Agent Service
As your registered agent, we’ll accept service of process (notice of lawsuits) and official notices on behalf of your Wyoming corporation and upload all documents digitally to your online account (we’ll forward originals whenever necessary). As your Wyoming registered agent, we will also send you alerts when you need to file your annual reports with the secretary of state. (Service of process and other official mail received by your registered agent will not count toward your monthly mail forwarding total.) Wyoming corporations can initially be formed as private entities, if you hire a Wyoming registered agent, meaning your personal information can initially be kept off public records when you file the Articles of Incorporation. But when you file your corporation’s first annual report, you’ll need to list at least one name and address of an officer or director (if you don’t like this idea, consider forming a Wyoming LLC).
- Mail Forwarding
Once we’ve you’re incorporated in Wyoming, you can have your corporation’s mail will come directly to us. Included with our Wyoming incorporation package, we’ll digitally scan and forward two pieces of mail to your online account each month at no additional charge. However, you are free to upgrade to one of our Wyoming mail forwarding packages at any time if you require additional forwarding or the original copies of mail we receive on your Wyoming corporation’s behalf. When we receive mail for your corporation, we’ll scan the mail to your online account. There you’ll be able to access each mail item your Wyoming corporation has received from anywhere you are in the world.
- Secure, Online Access to All Documents
With online access to your all your Wyoming corporation’s documents, you’ll be able to view all documents in one secure location. Whether we’ve received service of process, a notice from the state, a piece of mail, or are sending you an annual report reminder, you can view all your Wyoming corporation documents on your smart phone, tablet, or computer anywhere you have Internet access.
Wyoming Incorporation Nexus Package $250*
If you are not a Wyoming resident, but want to take advantage of Wyoming’s business-friendly atmosphere, you’re going to need Wyoming nexus. Nexus is defined as sufficient physical presence to collect and pay tax on sales in that state. Many foreign residents want Wyoming nexus, so that their business falls under Wyoming tax regulations.
Our Wyoming Incorporation Nexus Package Includes:
- Wyoming LLC Formation
- Wyoming Registered Agent Service
- Mail Forwarding (20 Items a Month; Daily Scanning)
- Secure, Online Account
- A Signed Lease Agreement for Space in Our Building
- Total price: $200 + $50 a month to lease space in our building.
With our Wyoming Incorporation nexus package, you also have the option of obtaining a la carte services for the following prices: $10 a month for phone service, $100 a month for shared office space, $700 a month for dedicated office space, and $75 an hour for clerical services. If these services sound appealing to your, learn more Wyoming virtual offices.
*We are not legal or tax professionals and cannot guarantee any court will deem your business as having Wyoming nexus, no matter what package you select.
Wyoming Corporation Maintenance
Wyoming corporations are some of the simplest corporations in the US to maintain, however, to keep your corporation in good standing with the state and help ensure your limited liability holds up in court, you’ll need to do the following each year:
- File Annual Report
The Wyoming Secretary of State requires that each corporation in Wyoming files an annual report. These reports are a way for the state to generate income while verifying which corporations registered in Wyoming are still active. Annual reports are a verification of contact information and can be completed in a few minutes. The reports are due on the first day of your corporation’s filing anniversary month (if you incorporated in Wyoming on Feb. 15th, your annual report would be due on Feb. 1 the following year). Wyoming annual reports cost $50 and can be filed online. Wyoming corporations must list the name and address of at least one officer or director. Warning: If your annual report is not filed within 60 days of its deadline, your LLC may be administratively dissolved by the Wyoming Secretary of State.
- Annual Directors Meeting
Corporations in Wyoming must be maintained by holding annual meetings (unless you elect to form a Close Corporation) called shareholders meetings and directors meetings (in most small corporations, the shareholders are directors).
Wyoming has no corporate income tax. That means the only tax you’ll be paying to the state as a corporation is sales tax.
Why Incorporate in Wyoming?
Wyoming is a great state for a lot of reasons, but as far as business goes, our corporations are fantastic.
- No Corporate Income Tax
Wyoming corporations don’t have to pay the state any corporate income tax.
- No Personal Income Tax
Wyoming doesn’t tax individuals on personal income.
- Asset Protection
Wyoming has some of the toughest limited liability statutes in the nation.
- Close Corporations
Wyoming allows corporations the option of incorporating as a close corporation, which doesn’t require many of the formalities for which corporations are known. No annual meetings, no resolutions required. Close corporations do have shareholders limitations, but if you’re interested in skipping annual shareholder/director meetings, this could be the corporation for you.
- No Business Licenses
Wyoming does not have a state business license. There is a sales tax license application if you’re business will be actively selling goods and services, but in general, businesses can operate without the annoyance of annual business license fees.