WY vs TX
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First, the benefits of incorporating in Wyoming. In this state, the benefits are vast and enjoyable. Please click this link to viewa broad list and description of benefits of forming a Wyoming company.
Maintaining your company rests heavily on the timely filing (and state fee) of the Annual Report. In Wyoming, the annual report is due the 1st day of the month of the filing date's anniversary, and carries with it a $50 fee. In Texas, there is no annual report, however, the state does issue a gross receipt franchise tax, which is due every May 15th.
It is true that Wyoming does not disclose the names of shareholders to the public. Texas public records show at least one of the directors, or as many that were filed as so with the original incorporation. Ultimately, Wyoming would have more privacy.
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