Every Corporation and LLC registered in Wyoming (whether domestic or foreign) is required to file an annual report with the Secretary of State.This is required whether the Wyoming Corporation or LLC has earned one penny, or even generated any income. To continue to be recognized in the State of Wyoming, the entity must file its annual report every year on or before its due date. The Wyoming Annual Report is due on the anniversary date of the formation of the entity.
Below are the details of what is required when filing a
Wyoming Annual Report, the costs/taxes, and other details.
Limited Liability Company
The Annual Report license tax is $50 or two-tenths of one million on the dollar ($0.0002) of company assets (located in Wyoming), whichever is greater. For more details, click on Annual Report and License Tax Rules.
Secretary of State mails annual forms to the company's mailing address 60 days prior to anniversary date.
Annual statements are due by the first day of the anniversary month. For example, if your anniversary date is February 26th, your annual report is due on February 1st.
What is Reported?
The following must be reported with your Annual Report:
·Assets in Wyoming – If you don’t have any assets in Wyoming, then you won’t owe any more than the $50 annual fee.
·Signature & Title – Does not have to be a member/manager
NOTE:Member/Manager information is not reported in the Annual Report.However, someone must be listed as the signor of the annual report, which can be any representative of the entity charged with filing the annual report.
The Profit Annual Report license tax is $50 or two-tenths of one million on the dollar ($0.0002) of corporate assets (located in Wyoming), whichever is greater. The Non-profit Annual Report fee is $25. For more details, click on Annual Report and License Tax Rules.