Nevada Virtual Office

Compare Nevada and Wyoming for Virtual Office, Company Formation and Shelf Companies.

Information on a Nevada virtual office, a business identity in Nevada, executive offices, and office suites in Nevada. Convert your Nevada company into a Wyoming company to pay $600 LESS is annual state fees. We also offer a Wyoming Virtual Office, Wyoming Corporations and Wyoming LLC's.


Nevada Annual Fees:

$150 Annual List of Officers Fee
+$500 Business License Fee
$650 Total Annual State Fees

After you file the Nevada corporation or Nevada LLC, $150 is owed to file the Initial List of Officers.

Nevada fees per authorized shares:

Standard, 75,000 authorized shares 0.00
Increase to 200,000 authorized shares 175.00
Increase to 500,000 authorized shares 275.00
Increase to 1,000,000 authorized shares 375.00
Mazimum Fee $35,000

Nevada 0% State Income Tax

Nevada imposes a gross receipts tax(commerce tax) that varies by industry.

State Business License

Nevada State Business License requires your name, address, date of birth, Social Security Number, percentage of ownership in the company, identity of owners.  Proof here.  If you don't file the business license, then you risk losing limited liability because the corporate veil may be pierced.

Sharing information

Nevada promises not to share information with the IRS. This is a play on words. Nevada SELLS their database on Nevada corporations and Nevada LLC's, to database companies. These companies then sell their organized data to the IRS and other agencies. Besides, IRS agents know how to search for information on the Nevada websites. NV incorporators simply represent the supposed privacy offered by NV companies to sell more corporations and LLC's.

Nevada Mantra

The Nevada mantra is, "What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas." Nevada is a magnet for scams and schemes. It is replete with illegal drugs, legal and illegal prostitution, cash businesses to liquidate personal effects in a hurry, and many questionably business practices. Their prisons are overflowing to such an extent that non-violent felony offenders serve very little time. As a result, Nevada companies are audited four times as often, and banks are shaky about lending to a Nevada corporation. Nevada is also know for mining, prostitution, and entertainment. Nevada's corporation code was meant to hide the true owners of the casinos, brothels, mining operations and assets of organized crime. Incorporating in Nevada is a liability. We are not passing judgment on anyone. But Nevada is what it is.


Wyoming Annual Fees:

$50 Total Annual Report to the Secretary of State of Wyoming.

After you file the Wyoming corporation or Wyoming LLC, there’s no other filing for the next 12 months. Again only pay $50 to maintain your Wyoming corporation or Wyoming LLC.

Wyoming Fees per Authorized Shares:

No extra fee: Up to unlimited shares at no par value

Wyoming 0% State Income Tax

Wyoming has no gross receipts tax.

Wyoming Corporations

Annual Report list names of Director and Officers. Stockholders are not listed.
Wyoming LLC's:
Manager is listed. Members are not listed.

Stock Ledger

Wyoming doesn't require that the stock ledger be held with the registered agent. There is no requirement for the registered agent to hold the address where the stock ledger can be found.

Collect Information

Wyoming doesn't collect information on the owners of any corporation or LLC. No business license required by the State of Wyoming.

Collect Information

Wyoming doesn't collect information company owners. They only collect information on the Director and Officer's of the Wyoming corporation, or Manager of the Wyoming LLC.


Wyoming is known for the defense industry, guns, hunting, fishing, ranching, mining, rodeos, and a respect for property rights. In Wyoming, people like to be left alone. This sentiment is reflected in the corporation code and the way they live, manage their affairs and how they do business. The state of Wyoming is recognized for polite, armed, no-nonsense people and they expect clean business practices.


If you’re building corporate credit, don’t use a virtual office solution in any state. When too many companies share the same address, DNB and others flag that address. Bankers like to see your name on the company. Using someone else on the public record for the company confuses them and makes them feel nervous about lending the company any money. Go here for a shelf corporation: or

You may need to register as a foreign corporation or foreign LLC in your state.