Wyoming Incorporation Services
- Custom Articles of Incorporation
- Corporate Resolutions
- Wyoming Corporate Bylaws
- Wyoming Stock Certificates
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Incorporating Wyoming Corporations
What is a Wyoming corporation?
Wyoming corporations are separate legal entities established by the shareholders. Corporations are formed to raise capital and/or limit personal liability.
How much do Wyoming corporations cost?
A Wyoming corporation will cost $100 to file the articles of incorporation.
How to incorporate in Wyoming:
Order our Wyoming incorporation service and our Corporate Guides™ will file your Wyoming Articles of Incorporation for you, and your Wyoming corporation will be filed and processed immediately. Our Corporate Guides™ know how to get Wyoming incorporation filings done fast. Plus, our Wyoming incorporation services also include:
- Custom WY Articles of Incorporation
- Online account with secure data storage and business tracking
- Annual report reminders
- Wyoming registered agent service
- Corporate bylaws
- Unlimited mail forwarding
- Stock certificates
- Initial resolutions
- Everything you need to walk into a US bank and open a business bank account
We form every Wyoming corporation with the highest degree of asset protection and personal privacy intact.
If you’re a Do-It-Yourselfer, see our How to Start a Wyoming Corporation section to help you understand the Wyoming incorporation process and how to do the job right.
How are Wyoming corporations regulated?
Wyoming corporations are governed by the Wyoming Statutes Title 17 – Corporations, Partnerships and Associations, Chapter 16 – Wyoming Business Corporation Act.
Does Wyoming require corporation name reservations?
No, Wyoming does not require any name reservations prior to filing your Articles of Incorporation. You can use the free online business name search function to find the perfect name when you’re ready to search.
Do Wyoming corporations file annual reports?
Yes, as part of annual maintenance, corporations must file an annual report each year.
Wyoming annual reports are due on the first day of the anniversary month in which your corporation was formed. The annual reports have a $50 filing fee, and if you forget to file, your corporation may be administratively dissolved by the WY Secretary of State.
Wyoming corporation requirements:
Your Wyoming articles of incorporation must include a corporate name ending, shares authorized, registered office and registered agent, and name and address of each incorporator. The articles may include the initial directors and the general purpose of the corporation.
You can file WY articles of incorporation yourself and use our free Wyoming corporate tools we provide in your online account, or you can pay our $100 incorporating Wyoming service fee and we’ll do it for you. When you pay us to form your Wyoming corporation, your money actually goes back into the local community. Why? Because we actually run a corporation in Wyoming, just like you.
Is Wyoming a good state to incorporate in?
In general, absolutely. We think so highly of Wyoming’s business-friendly climate that we’ve devoted a large section of our website to Wyoming incorporation education. Take a look:
Wyoming Corporation Resources:
- Move your corporation to Wyoming
- Why incorporate in Wyoming?
- Wyoming tax strategies
- Wyoming Mail Forwarding
- Wyoming Virtual Office
What does your Wyoming incorporation service includes?
- Drafting custom WY corporation articles of incorporation
- The incorporator initial resolution
- Wyoming corporate bylaws
- The Wyoming corporation state filing fees
- Wyoming registered agent service
- Our fees are: $100 incorporating Wyoming service and $125 Wyoming corporate agent service.
Total incorporating Wyoming package for only $325 to form a Wyoming corporation, and that includes the state filing fees and newspaper fees.