How To File Your WY Corporate Annual Report?
Have you already formed your Wyoming LLC or Corporation ? Then use this guide to understand how to fill out your annual report. Note, there is no "Wyoming Business License", so this is the only fee you will pay to Wyoming all year. It is due on the first day of the month the company is formed. So if you form your company on June 17th, then your report is due June 1st every year thereafter. We will do our best to keep this page up to date. However, you should contact the Wyoming Secretary of State for a definitive answer.
Most businesses file their reports annually online using the Secretary's website. To file yours, you must have the company name or Secretary of State (SOS) filing ID to search by. Wyoming does not allow you to search for businesses using any other criteria. Start by performing a Wyoming business search for your company. Once on your company's page, simply click "File Your Annual Report" on the upper right and follow the instructions.
When filing online it is necessary to pay using either a Visa or MasterCard. When filing by mail, you should send either a check or money order, but not cash.
When Is My Wyoming Annual Report Due?
Good question! The due date for Statutory Trusts is 1st of January. However, Limited Liability Companies, Non-Profits and Corporations have reports due the 1st day of their anniversary month. If August 15th was when your business was registered, then your report is due on the 1st day of each year
Annual Report Fees
Non-profits are charged $25. However, for all other businesses, the fee is the greater of either $60 or 2/10 of one millionth ($.0002) of assets in Wyoming. In addition, there is a convenience fee for online filing which is displayed in the table below:
- Annual Report Fee
- $25 to $100
- $101 to $250
- $251 to $500
- $501 and Up
- Convenience Fee
- Not permitted to file online
What Happens If I Don’t File Or File Late?
Failure to file within 60 days will result in the SOS administratively dissolving your business. Wyoming does not charge late fees for filing after your due date. However, by filing late, you put your company at risk of forced dissolution. You will no longer be in Good Standing if your business is dissolved by the SOS.
Filing By Mail?
You can file online with the above link, or mail your documents to:
- Wyoming SOS
- Business Division
- State Capitol Building, Room 110
- 200 West 24th Street
- Cheyenne, WY 82002-0020
Annual Report Due Date?
Good question! The due date for Statutory Trusts is 1st of January. However, Limited Liability Companies, Non-Profits and Corporations have reports due the 1st day of their anniversary month. If June 10th was your initial filing date, then your report is due on the 1st day of each year. A Wyoming DBA is good for 10 years and a Certificate of Good Standing is free.