Wyoming small businesses, including corporations, LLCs, LPs, and nonprofits, need to file a Wyoming Annual Report to keep their business legally active within the state. Who needs to file one, how much does it cost, and what information will you need to submit your Wyoming annual report filing?
What Is the Wyoming Annual Report?
Like most states, Wyoming requires small business entities to file an annual report to keep their information up to date and protect their right to run a business in Wyoming. The report must be submitted to the Wyoming Secretary of State, Business Division.
How to Complete a Wyoming Annual Report Filing
There are three ways to complete your Annual Report Filing in Wyoming. You can use a professional filing service like FastFilings, which will securely gather the information needed and complete the process for a small additional fee. Using our filing service, you can complete the process in about five minutes.
You can also choose to file directly with the State of Wyoming and either complete the forms online or print them out and mail paper copies. You will only have 30 minutes to complete your forms online, so have all your information ready to go.
To file your annual report online or by mail directly with the state:
- Navigate to the website for the Wyoming Secretary of State, Annual Report filing page.
- Enter your Wyoming Filing ID number.
- If you do not know your ID, search the Wyoming Business Database to find it.
- Review and verify the information for your filing.
- Choose to file online with the state or print a paper form to continue.
- Submit or mail your form with the required payment.
- Online filings incur a minimum $2 convenience fee in addition to the Annual Report Fee.
- Wait for confirmation of your successful Wyoming Annual Report filing.
Frequently Asked Questions About Wyoming Annual Reports
When is my LLC or Corporation Annual Report due?
Your Wyoming annual report is due on the first day of the month you first formed your business and filed paperwork with the state. If you started your business on June 15th, your Annual Report due date is June 1st each year.
How much is the Wyoming Annual Report filing fee?
The State of Wyoming charges an annual license tax, which will be a minimum of $50. If your business has more than $250,000 in assets, the fee will be $0.0002 times the dollar amount of your total business assets. If your filing fee is more than $500, you cannot file online and must do so by mail.
What information will I need to file my WY Annual Report?
Whether you file yourself or use our professional filing service, you will need to know the:
- Business entity name
- Filing ID number
- Your company’s asset totals
- Names and addresses of officers and directors (corporation)
Where do I mail my forms or get more information?
Wyoming Secretary of State
Herschler Building East
122 W. 25th Street, Suite 101
Cheyenne, WY 82002-0020
What if I forgot to file my Wyoming Annual Report?
If you miss the deadline to file your WY Annual Report, your organization will lose its good standing with the state. You have up to two years to file the missing paperwork and pay the fees. No late fees are charged but, if your business is in revoked status, you may lose the legal protections that an LLC or Corporation is intended to provide.
Can I use an authorized filing service to complete my WY Annual Report?
You can authorize a filing service to complete your Wyoming Annual Report on your behalf. Choosing this option is completely secure, streamlines the process, and takes away the headaches of managing these required forms. For a very small additional fee, you can stay in compliance and get your Annual Report work done in about five minutes with FastFilings.