Wyoming vs Nevada Incorporation | Wyoming Registered Agent
Wyoming vs Nevada Corporations and LLCs
While Nevada corporations are the subject of dozens of books, savvy investors are using Wyoming corporations because of key similarities with Nevada, without the “Nevada stigma.”
Wyoming Does Not Require A Social Security Number (SSN)
Starting June 01, 2005, Nevada now requires the names, addresses, date of birth and social security numbers of all the shareholders of their corporations or LLCs.
Wyoming Maintains Low Fees
Wyoming charges about 40% less than Nevada when setting up any company (LLC, S- or C-corporation). There are also no “hidden fees” to be paid to the state for filing officer lists.
No Nevada Stigma
While Nevada companies are often the choice of fraudsters, con men, and worse, the State of Wyoming has kept a clean image by investigating fraud and stamping it out.3-5 Day Filing Time
Once a filing is submitted, it takes no more than 5 business days to be returned. There are no “expedite” fees in Wyoming.
No Business License Required
There is no business license required to do business in Wyoming. Nevada requires that State and sometimes local business licenses be maintained at additional expense.
No Burdensome Regulations
Wyoming is an easy place to do business, without the inspectors and government agents constantly watching over your shoulder.
Low Cost Commercial Space and Real Estate
Office space in downtown Cheyenne Wyoming is as low as $160 per month. In 2013, houses in town and in rural settings are as low as $30,000.
Geographically Strategic Location
Cheyenne was originally settled as the midway point on the transcontinental railroad. Located in the center of the continental U.S., it is the ideal location for warehouse and distribution facilities. You will love what Wyoming offers.
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