How to File Your Wyoming Annual Report
Most business entities file their annual reports online at the Wyoming Secretary of State website. All you need is your SOS filing ID. If you don’t remember your ID or you don’t have it, look it up.
If you’d prefer, you can also print out your Wyoming report from the SOS website and send it by mail.
When e-filing, you must pay with a Visa or MasterCard. For a mailed filing, send a check or money order (do not send cash).
When Is My Wyoming Annual Report Due?
- Corporations and Non-Profits: 1st Day of Anniversary Month
- LLC/LP/RLLP: 1st Day of AM
- Statutory Trusts: January 1
If your initial filing date is June 10th, then the anniversary month’s first day is June 1 each year.
How Much is the Annual Report Fee in Wyoming?
The annual report fee, called a license tax, is $60 or two-tenths of one million on the dollar ($.0002) of assets located in Wyoming, whichever is greater. Non-profits are charged only $50.
There is also a convenience fee for e-filing:
|Annual Report Fee: License Tax||Convenience Fee|
|$50 to $100||$2.00|
|$101 to $250||$5.00|
|$251 to $500||$8.95|
|$501 and Up||Not permitted to E-file|
What Is the Late Fee for Filing After My Due Date?
Wyoming does not assess a late fee, but your company will be in danger of administrative dissolution. If your business is dissolved by the SOS, you will no longer be able to conduct business in Wyoming.
What Happens If I Don’t File?
If you don’t file the SOS will administratively dissolve your business within 60 days.
Where Do I File?
Annual reports are filed with the Wyoming SOS. You can e-file (see link above), or mail your report to:
State Capital Building, Room 110
200 West 24th Street
Cheyenne, WY 82002-0020
Can I Amend My Wyoming Annual Report?
Yes, officers and/or directors can be changed by submitting a Change of Officers/Directors form. Amendments are made only to an annual report that is currently on file.
The same online portal is used for Wyoming LLCs and Wyoming Corporations.