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Delaware is where the big banks incorporate, but isn't best for smaller businesses.
More than 60% of Fortune 500 companies are incorporated in Delaware.
Delaware also has corporate income tax, personal income tax, a state franchise tax, reporting requirements and regulations compelling disclosure of substantial amounts of information,
resulting in far less privacy for you.
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Nevada used to be the best state to be Incorporated in for most businesses,because they charged less, had no state income tax, and protected corporations.
Corporations have chosen Nevada for a long time because:
1. Nevada does not share information with the IRS.
2. Nevada has privacy. (but Wyoming has more privacy)
3. No taxes in Nevada. (so far, but that may be changing in Nevada, not in Wyoming)
Now, Nevada has added fees for small businesses, and is no longer best.
Nevada is running a deficit and the Nevada State Legislature has been trying to pass a corporate income tax and it came within a few votes of passing a tax last year. It is thought that they will pass some sort of business tax this year.
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Corporations are now flocking to Wyoming, because it charges less
and provides great protection, just like Nevada used to do.
If you are a small or medium sized business that is more concerned with tax benefits, flexibility, privacy and a minimum of bureaucracy and "red tape" then Wyoming is the clear choice for you.
1. Wyoming does not share information with the IRS.
2. Wyoming has more privacy than Nevada. (Go to the Secretary of State of Nevada's web site and type in a person's last name and/or first name. You will see a list of all companies that person is a part of in Nevada. Go to the Secretary of State of Wyoming's web site and you will find that the only way to search on a company is by company name. You can not search using a person's name.
3. No taxes in Wyoming.
Wyoming is not considering any business income tax and does not need to. Wyoming has a two year budget surplus! Don't gamble on Nevada passing a law that could cost you taxes after you incorporate there.Wyoming costs about 35% less to incorporate in than Nevada, and is now the best choice for small business.
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No state corporate income tax


No tax on corporate shares

No franchise tax


Minimal annual fees



One-person corporation is allowed

Stockholders are not revealed to the State

No annual report is required until the anniversary of the incorporation date



Unlimited stock is allowed, of any par value



Nominee shareholders are allowed


Share certificates are not required



Minimal initial filing fees



No minimum capital requirements

Meetings may be held anywhere

Officers, directors, employees and agents are statutorily indemnified

Continuance procedure (allows Wyoming to adopt a corporation formed in another state)



Doesn't collect corporate income tax information to share with the IRS


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