Business Maintenance for Wyoming Corporations

After your corporation is formed and all of your additional filings are complete, you will still be required to handle regular maintenance for your business. Specifically, you will be required to file an annual report each year. Other maintenance issues may arise over time.

Wyoming Annual Report

The Secretary of State requires corporations to file an annual report every year. The report is a way for the Secretary of State to check in with your corporation, confirm contact details, and collect an annual fee. While it is not difficult to file a Wyoming annual report, it is crucial that you do so. Failing to file will lead to fines and administrative dissolution.

Address Updates

Any change to your corporation’s principal office address must be filed with the Secretary of State. The state wants to ensure that it can always reliably contact your business should the need arise. You can file an address update at any time during the life of your business.

Articles of Incorporation Amendment

At some point you may decide that you want to make a change to your Articles of Incorporation. While some information on the document cannot be altered, most of the document can be changed by filing an amendment to your Articles of Incorporation. Once the amendment is filed, the Secretary of State will make the change on your official record.