What is a Wyoming Annual Report?

A Wyoming annual report is a business entity report due to the Wyoming Secretary of State each year. The Wyoming annual report is used by Wyoming to track all active businesses in the state. Essentially, the annual report serves as a way for the state to generate some added income and keep its business entity records up to date. All Wyoming business entities registered to do business in the state of Wyoming (corporations, LLCs, LPs, LLPs, LLLPs, and statutory trusts—domestic and foreigns)

How to File a Wyoming Annual Report

All Wyoming annual reports can be filed online on the Wyoming Secretary of State’s website. To do so, all you need is your business’ filing ID (you can find this by doing a business name search). You can save $2 and file by paper, but it’s much simpler just to do it online with a credit card. The same online portal is used for Wyoming LLCs and Wyoming Corporations.

 

Wyoming Annual Report Due Dates

Business Type Due Date
Corporation Corporation, LLC, and partnership (LP, LLP, LLLP) annual reports are due on the first day of their anniversary month. For example, if a Wyoming business entity was formed on March 29th, their annual report would be due each year after on March 1.
LLC
LP, LLP, LLLP
Statutory Trust January 1

Wyoming Annual Report Costs

Business Type Annual Report Fee
Corporation $50 (add $2 convenience fee if filed online)
LLC
Partnership (LP, LLP, LLLP)
Statutory Trust
Nonprofit $25

Note: The Wyoming annual report costs $50, or $.0002 per dollar of assets owned in Wyoming if assets are worth more than $250,000.

Does Wyoming Annual Reports Have Late Fees?

No, there is no late fee for Wyoming annual reports not filed on time. However, the Wyoming Secretary of State will administratively dissolve your business if the report is filed more than 60 days late.

What Happens if I Don’t File the Annual Report

If you don’t file the Wyoming annual report, the secretary of state will dissolve (administrative dissolution) your business within 60 days.

Does Best File Annual Reports for Me?

You can hire us to file your annual report for you, however, it is a pretty simple task if your company has less than $250,000 in assets in Wyoming. You can add that service when you start a company or hire us for Wyoming registered agent service. Also, as your Wyoming registered agent, we do send you annual report reminders with simple, easy-to-understand filing directions. You should be able to complete your Wyoming annual report in just a couple minutes. It doesn’t take long.