NAME & INDUSTRY ISSUES
NEVADA VS. WYOMING
DELAWARE LLC VS.
NEW MEXICO, LLC
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SHELF CORPORATION WARNING:
When we started offering corporations and services, we only offered Nevada.
We saw changes coming in Nevada and slowly divested from the "Silver State."
Nevada privacy is dead. This is how the state killed it:
Effective June 1, 2005, Nevada requires the filing of an annual business
license, whether or not you do business in Nevada. This business license
mandates the name, addresses, social security numbers and the ownership
percentages of each identified stockholder.
The dangerous part is that many Nevada resident agents are not
talking about this requirement because they know of the negative impact it'll
have on their business. This means that your ability to maintain the
corporate veil and to obtain corporate credit is affected if you're not in
compliance by failing to file the Nevada business license.
NEVADA CLAIMS THEY DON'T HAVE AN INFORMATION SHARING AGREEMENT WITH THE
IRS. THIS IS MISLEADING.
This information collected in Nevada, although not automatically shared
with the IRS, is accessible through a subpoena or court order. In
addition, the Nevada Secretary of State admits to SELLING their
information to database companies, like ChoicePoint. And ChoicePoint sells
information to the IRS. Why claim to provide a level of privacy that
doesn't exist? They want to sell companies, even if their representation
Nevada privacy is meaningless at
WYOMING IS THE SOLUTION:
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We shifted our focus to Wyoming for the following reasons:
- Wyoming doesn't require a business license unless you're a licensed
professional in certain industries (real estate, medicine, etc).
- Bearer shares and bearer script are not disallowed.
- Filing and maintenance fees are lower.
- Greater respect for property rights.
- Wyoming Secretary of State can't share information they don't have.
- Wyoming is a low key state that's in the black, and believes in small
government. No debt, low population (500,000 residents in the whole
- Privacy allowed and permitted.
- Anyone can serve as an officer or owner of a Wyoming C Corporation, LLC,
or other entity.
STATEMENT FROM THE WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE:
The state of Wyoming does not levy a personal
or corporate income tax. Wyoming does not
impose a tax on intangible assets such as bank accounts, stocks, or bonds,
either. In addition, Wyoming does not assess any tax on retirement income
earned and received from another state. Further, there is no legislative plan
to implement any of these types of taxes.
Always speak to a tax advisor before and after you
incorporate. You may need to file as a foreign corporation in another
state, if that's where you do business.
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