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The American Corporation Program Benefit from a Wyoming Registration

More and more businessmen and corporations involved in overseas trading are adopting and implementing various methods of realising cost reductions, tax deferral benefits and increasing profit margins. These methods are of special importance to manufacturers, producers, multi-national and international corporations, bankers, exporters, importers, traders, merchandisers, wholesalers, shippers, commodity brokers, freight forwarders, export management corporations, marketing consultants, customs brokers, international attorneys and accountants, tax advisors and consultants.

The US State of Wyoming is pre-eminent as the place to establish a company, and this is borne out by the fact that a very high percentage of the companies dealing on Wall Street are registered in Wyoming.

The popularity of Wyoming as a corporate domicile in enhanced by the very liberal Corporation Law which enables companies to be established quickly with the broadest possible powers permitted under the law. There are little or no restrictions on any consequent business activities. There is no corporate income tax payable by any corporation which does not trade within the State. However, such a corporation does fall within the Federal Internal Revenue Code, but any corporation that does not trade in Wyoming and its business offices are located outside the United States is not under any obligation to apply for a Federal Internal Revenue number, nor is obliged to make any financial returns, etc.

Some of the advantages of such companies are the following:

  • There is no minimum capital requirement, and no part need be paid-in
  • Proof of capitalization is not required
  • No minimum number of directors, officers and shareholders. One person may hold all the usual corporate offices
  • A corporation may keep its books and records anywhere in the world
  • Directors' and shareholders' meetings can be held anywhere in the world
  • A corporation can be incorporated within 24 hours
Our firm specialises in setting-up Wyoming companies for interested parties worldwide. We're actually offering the following "packages" in order to suit better the needs of our prospective clients:

Basic Wyoming Package ($725): It includes State Fees, Certified Copy of the Articles of Incorporation, Certificate of Incorporation, first year fee for Registered Agent as required by law, Courier Service.

Enhanced Wyoming Package ($830): It includes the Basic Wyoming Package (as above) plus Company Kit for Minutes, Bylaws, Records Book, Stock Certificates, Corporate Seal, Courier Service.

Banking Wyoming Package ($1.300): It includes the Basic Wyoming Package plus Company Kit (as above) plus Apostille, US Bank Account, Federal Employer Identification Number (EIN) Registration, Mail Forwarding (for one year), Courier Service.

New Wyoming Companies generally take up to one week to establish. Please allow up to 21 days for DHL delivery.

What do we need from you?,

In order to incorporate in Wyoming, please submit the following:
  • A completed and signed Order Form .
  • Fee as stated above for your selected Corporation Package in favour of: "CARLTON PRESS."
Thanks and best regards,
Dr. K.F.B. Weiss

Incorporate in Wyoming now!
Order online! Click on the order button. Also, print and send the Order Form .
Wyoming Package, USD $725
Enhanced Wyoming Package, USD $830
Banking Wyoming Package, USD $1.300


Type of Company
C Corporation
Political Stability
Common or Civil Law
Recommended States
Delaware, Florida, California, Wyoming, Oregon, New Jersey and Nevada
Delaware, Florida, Wyoming, Oregon, New Jersey, Arkansas, Washington DC, and Oklahoma
Disclosure of Beneficial Owner No
Migration of Domicile Permitted
Generally No
Generally Yes
Tax on Offshore Profits
Nil, but see section on tax
Language of Name
Latin Alphabet
Minimum Number of Shareholders
Minimum Number of Directors
Bearer Shares Allowed
Generally No, Nevada Yes
Corporate Directors Permitted
Company Secretary Required
Standard Authorised Share Capital
Registered Office/Agent
Company Secretary
Local Directors
Local Meetings
Government Register of Directors
Government Register of Shareholders No
Annual Return
Submit Accounts
No but see section on tax
Minimum Annual Tax/Licence Fee
Annual Return Filing Fee


The United States of America is the third-largest country in the world in population, and it is the fourth-largest country in area. China and India are the only countries with more people. Only Russia, Canada and China have larger areas.

The United States is comprised of the 50 states and the District of Columbia, home to the nation's capitol, Washington, DC. The United States covers the entire midsection of North America, stretching from the Atlantic Ocean in the east to the Pacific Ocean in the west. It also includes Alaska, in the north-west corner of North America; and Hawaii, far out in the Pacific. The United States is often called the US, USA, or America.

The land of the United States is as varied as it is vast. It ranges from the warm beaches of Florida and Hawaii to the frozen northlands of Alaska, and from the level Midwestern prairies to the snow-capped Rocky Mountains. This huge and beautiful country is rich in natural resources. It has great stretches of some of the most fertile soil on earth, a plentiful water supply and excellent water routes, and large stretches of forests. Huge deposits of valuable minerals, including coal, natural gas and petroleum, lie underground.


The United States has a population of around 265 million and has one of the world's most varied populations in terms of ancestry. The population includes descendants of people from almost every part of the world. Approximately 92% of today's total population were born in the United States. The largest foreign-born groups are Mexicans, Germans, Canadians, Italians, Cubans and Filipinos.

The United States has an average population density of about 71 persons per square mile (28 persons per sq km). However, the density varies widely from place to place.


The United States is a federal republic bound by the United States Constitution. Each of the 50 constituent states and the District of Columbia exercises a measure of internal self-government. Defence, foreign affairs, coinage, posts, the higher levels of justice, and internal security are the responsibility of the federal government.

The President is head of the Executive and is elected to a four-year term by a college of representatives elected directly from each state. The President appoints the other members of the Executive, subject to the consent of the Senate.

The Congress is the seat of legislative power and consists of the Senate (100 members) and the House of Representatives (435 members). Two senators are chosen by direct election in each state, to serve a 6-year term, and one-third of the membership is renewable every two years. Representatives are elected by direct and universal suffrage for a two-year term. The number of representatives of each state in Congress is determined by the size of the state's population.

Ultimate judicial power is vested in the Supreme Court, which has the power to disallow legislation and to overturn executive actions, which it deems unconstitutional.

The US has a two major political parties, the Democratic and the Republican. Both parties receive support from individuals and groups in all parts of the country. Members of these two parties hold almost all of the offices in the national, state and local governments.


The United States ranks first in the world in the total value of its economic production. Although the United States economy is based largely on a free enterprise system, the government has placed regulations on economic practices through the years. It has passed anti-trust laws, which are designed to keep one company or a few firms from controlling entire industries.

Additionally, government regulations help protect consumers from unsafe merchandise, protect workers from unsafe working conditions and unreasonably low wages, and help reduce environmental pollution. In spite of the involvement of the government, the United States still has one of the least regulated economies of the world.

Varieties of natural resources provide the raw materials that support the economy of the United States. In addition to a moderate climate, the most valuable resources are minerals, soils, water, forests and fish. Service industries account for 74% of the US gross domestic product and employ 76% of the country's workers. Community, social and personal services rank first, and finance, insurance and real estate rank next among US service industries.

Wholesale and retail trade plays major roles in the American economy. Important US exports include machinery and transportation equipment, such as aircraft, computers, electric power equipment, industrial machinery, and motor vehicles and parts. Manufactured articles, chemical elements and compounds, basic manufactures and agricultural products round out the spectrum of exports.

Leading US imports include machinery and transport equipment; manufactured articles such as clothing, shoes and toys; mineral fuels and lubricants; basic manufactures such as iron, steel and other metals, and paper and newsprint; and chemical products, such as chemical compounds and medicines. Government services, (federal, state and local governments buy a fifth of all the goods and services produced in the nation) and transportation, communication and utilities are important to the economy. Manufacturing accounts for 18% of the gross domestic product and employs 16% of the workforce.

The value of American manufactured goods is greater that of any other country. The leading categories of US manufactured products are, in order of value, chemicals, transportation equipment, food products, non-electrical machinery, electrical machinery, printed materials, scientific and medical instruments, fabricated metal products, paper products, rubber and plastic products, and primary metals. Construction accounts for 4% of the US gross domestic product, agriculture accounts for 2%, and mining accounts for 2%.


The United States has never had an official language, but English has always been the chief language spoken in the country. Immigrants from the British Isles, who included the nation's founders, spoke English. Today, Spanish is the second most common language in the United States.


The US Dollar.


Based on English Common Law.



Corporation: Filing of Articles of Incorporation or Certificate of Incorporation with the Secretary of State in the preferred state of incorporation.

LLC: Filing of Articles of Organisation or Certificate of Formation with the Secretary of State in the preferred state of formation.


English. If any other language is used it must be accompanied by a translation in English.


Yes. Must be maintained in state of incorporation/formation at the office of a professional registered agent.


Yes, for recommended states.


Generally 2 days, but must allow an additional 5 - 7 business days for delivery of documentation.


Corporation: Anything identical or similar to an existing company within the state of incorporation. Additionally, the use of bank or trust within the name of the corporation is prohibited in all 50 states without first obtaining consent from the banking authorities in the state of incorporation.

LLC: Anything identical or similar to an existing company within the state of formation. Additionally, the use of bank, trust, insurance or reinsurance within the name of the LLC is generally prohibited in all 50 states. This is because limited liability companies in most states are simply not allowed to engage in a banking or insurance business.


The name can be in any language. Some recommended states require an English translation.


Corporation: Incorporated, Corporation, Limited, Company or their abbreviations Inc, Corp, or Ltd. Some of the recommended states allow other suffixes such as Fund, Association, Foundation, Syndicate, Club, Society and Institute.

LLC: Limited Liability Company and Limited Company or their abbreviations LLC or LC.



Corporation: US Corporations are required to file a US Federal Income Tax Return (IRS Form 1120 or 1120A) and pay tax at a progressive rate depending upon the amount of net income. This requirement holds true regardless if the owners (shareholders) are US citizens, non-resident aliens or a combination thereof. Even if the corporation conducts no business in the US and there is no US-source income, it must still comply with the federal tax reporting requirements and payment of tax on world-wide income.

LLC: US limited liability companies structured for partnership tax treatment with non-resident members and which conduct no business in the US and which have no US-source income are not subject to US federal income tax and are not required to file a US income tax return.


US limited liability companies that conduct no business in the recommended states of formation are generally not subject to state income tax and are not required to file a state income tax return.



Of the states recommended, there is either a minimum or "flat" annual franchise tax or an annual report-filing fee.

Below is a table:

State of Formation
Franchise Tax
Report Fee
Due Date
Delaware US$ 30 US$ 20
March 1
Florida N/A US$ 150
May 1
California US$ 800 N/A
January 2
Wyoming N/A US$ 25
Oregon N/A US$ 30
New Jersey N/A US$ 40
Nevada N/A US$ 85


Of the states recommended, there is either a minimum or a "flat" annual report or license fee.

Below is a table:

State of Formation
Due Date
Delaware US$ 100
June 1
Florida US$ 189
May 1
Wyoming US$ 100
January 2
Oregon US$ 30
Oklahoma No fee
New Jersey US$ 50
Washington DC US$ 50
June 15
Arkansas US$ 59
June 1


Corporation: There is generally no requirement to file financial statements with the state of formation unless the corporation owns assets within that state or has conducted business within that state.

LLC: There is generally no requirement to file financial statements with the state of formation unless the corporation owns assets within that state or has conducted business within that state.


Corporation: The minimum number of directors is one, who must be a natural person. Directors may be of any nationality and need not be a citizen of the United States.

LLC: One manager either a natural person or a body corporate of any nationality.


Corporation: The minimum number of shareholders is one. A shareholder of a US Corporation may be another corporation (even an international or "offshore" corporation).

LLC: The minimum number of members is two. This number (or greater) ensures automatic tax classification as a partnership, the advantages to which are described above under "Taxation".

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