Filing an Annual Report

Through the Wyoming Secretary of State, businesses are able to file their annual reports! The first way you can do this is online. If you choose this option, make sure you use a MasterCard or Visa and have your Filing ID (you’re able to search for it if you don’t). You can also send it in via traditional mail with a money order or check.

To do that, you can send your report here:

Wyoming Secretary of State

Business Division

State Capitol Building, Room 110

200 West 24th Street

Cheyenne, WY 82002-0020

Amending Annual Reports

To get this out there early, you CAN amend your annual report! Submit a Change of Officers/Directors form to do just that, or contact the Business Division at for any other changes.


While filing online has its advantages, it comes with a convenience fee on top of your license tax. The way the license tax is calculated 43 is by choosing the greater number between $50 and two-tenths of one million on the dollar ($0.0002) on your Wyoming assets. Thankfully for non-profits, they’re only charged $25.

Annual Report License Tax

Convenience Fee

$25 to $100


$101 to $250


$251 to $500


Above $500


Wyoming Secretary of State

There are no late fees for missing the license tax, but naturally, Wyoming will begin the process of dissolving your business. If this were to happen, seeing as you’re no longer a business, conducting that business in Wyoming will not be permitted.

Important Dates

Annual Reports for corporations, non-profits, LLC, LP and RLLP is due on the first day of your anniversary month. So say you filed for the company on October 22, October 1 would be the first day of your anniversary month! The date for Statutory Trusts is January 1.

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