Welcome to the corporate law portion of our blog. Here we focus on legal, and other, issues facing business owners. In particular, we focus on Wyoming LLCs and Corporations.
Note, the information herein is general and should not be taken as legal or accounting advice. Please seek professional advice before embarking upon any legal or tax strategies.
Yes, of course it may. In fact, most of the time this is preferable due to Wyoming's relatively strong protection for limited liability companies. Corporations are allowed, but are used less frequently.
The short answer is that there is no Wyoming business license per se. Filing your articles is sufficient to "be in business" and only protected industries need licensing.
Find out everything you ever wanted to know about searching for a Wyoming entity on the Secretary of State's website.
A family holding company may be used to distribute assets and risk amongst family. This provides better protection than owning everything yourself, and may be combined with a trust.
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Wyoming was the first to allow limited liability companies in the United States. It continues leading the country and world to this day. Anonymity, charging order protection and single member LLC protections are just some of the reasons people do business in Wyoming.
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Wyoming has no corporate income tax, does not dislcose officers or shareholders and does not charge spurious fees (unlike Nevada). These benefits have led Wyoming to become the incorporation leader in the US.
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