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If you live in another country, Wyoming can be a great place to base your business.
Wyoming does not have any corporate, personal, or capital gains taxes, so many people can benefit by locating their business here. This is also a great place to be for asset protection, anonymity, and business-friendly laws. Residency is the biggest determinant of tax jurisdiction. If you do not live in the United States, basing your business in Wyoming can significantly reduce tax liability in many cases.
Other states can also impose a tax on corporations that have a nexus in their state. Determining exactly what constitutes a business “nexus” in another state is a very contentious issue. The US Constitution and Public Law 86-272 both provide many protections against state taxation and uniformity in state tax laws for all 50 states. The US Supreme Court ruled that the US Constitution (specifically the Commerce Clause) limits the ability of states to tax out-of-state businesses.
∙ Only Congress has the ability to regulate commerce among states.
∙ Public Law 86-272 does not protect out-of-state companies from paying other states sales tax, only other states income tax.
If you are one of the many Americans living abroad, we can help you with Wyoming Mail Forwarding.We offer helpful services like receiving and scanning your mail to you no matter where you live.
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Mountain Business Center LLC in the News:
- Owner, Rebecca Bextel, tries to get a handle on state spending in WyomingWyoFile Article. You can read or listen to this article
- Rebecca Bextel is also an entrepreneurProfile. You can read or listen to this article
- Mountain Business Center LLC was interviewed in RomaniaStartUp Cafe Romania. You can read or listen to this article
- Wyoming Is The Hotspot For Your New Business!Wyoming Public Radio Interview. You can read or listen to this article
- Mountain Business Center LLC featured in Planet JH!Planet JH Article. A few of their facts are wrong but here it is anyway
- Mountain Business Center LLC’s owner wrote an article defending Wyoming businessNothing Shady about Forming an LLC
- Rebecca Bextel gives public comment to the Joint Appropriations Committee on ways for the state to trim millions Public Comment on the State Budget
And now for our disclaimer: The information and forms provided by Mountain Business Center do not constitute legal or tax advice. The information and forms provided on this website are provided “as is” and without any assurance that the information is correct, complete or current or that the forms are appropriate for your uses. The facts and circumstances of each business person or company may be unique and the clients and customers of Mountain Business Center are encouraged to seek legal or tax advice if they have questions of a legal or tax nature. Registered Agent Wyoming
- Wyoming Secretary of State’s website
- Wyoming Registered Agent Statutes
- State of Wyoming Legislature
- Tax Foundation Article
- Wyoming Is Best for Business (according to a Bankrate article)
- Wyoming Business Alliance
- The Town of Jackson’s website
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