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NEVADA LLC vs. WYOMING LLC vs. NEW MEXICO LLC

NEVADA LLC vs. WYOMING LLC vs. MONTANA vs. NEW MEXICO LLC

NEVADA LLC'S

  WYOMING LLC'S   MONTANA CORPORATIONS   NEW MEXICO LLC'S
Nevada Secretary of State
 
 $650 annual fee
 
Wyoming Secretary of State
 
$50 Annual fee
  Montana Secretary of State

$20 Annual Fee

  New Mexico Public Regulation Commission

$0 Annual fee

Business License Required.  Discloses owners of the LLC.

 

Nevada incorporators promote that Nevada doesn't have an information sharing agreement with the IRS.  This is a farce.  Nevada sells their information to databases that sell to the IRS.  There's no privacy from the IRS anywhere in the USA.  Nevada companies are four times higher, than the national average, to be audited by the IRS.

  WYOMING LLC:  Business license NOT required.

 

  Business license not required.  Best for building corporate credit.   No annual report required for New Mexico LLC's.
Moderate respect for property rights.  State business license requires DOB, SSN, and percentage of ownership.  Nevada sells their information to database companies.  Managers are public.  Complete management and ownership information is released from the State of Nevada.   High respect for property rights and protection of property interests.  Excellent charging order protection.  Private.  Members are private.  Managers are made public. 

WY 2010 CHANGE:  A CREDITOR MAY NOT FORECLOSE AGAINST YOUR INTEREST IN A WYOMING LLC.    "...Other remedies, including foreclosure on the judgment debtor's limited liability interest and a court order for directions, accounts and inquiries that the judgment debtor might have made are not available to the judgment creditor attempting to satisfy a judgment out of the judgment debtor's interest in the limited liability company and may not be ordered by the court."
 

  Property rights highly respected.   Moderate respect for property rights.  Managers and members are private.

Nevada state renewals:

$150 for annual list of officers and $500 for the business license.  Filing fees are going up to cover State debts.  $325 TOTAL

 

Wyoming annual renewal: $50

State of Wyoming is in the Black...no state debt.  Fees are staying level.

  $15 Annual Renewal   No annual fee for New Mexico LLC 's.  No annual report.  Expected to stay the same. 

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