Wyoming Nonprofit Compliance

Required annual filings

This guide covers the required filings to maintain a nonprofit corporation in Wyoming. If you are looking to form nonprofit in Wyoming, please visit our Start Your Wyoming Nonprofit guide. The steps below apply to nonprofits that are both incorporated and foreign qualified in Wyoming. Please note that this is a general list and may not be exhaustive or applicable to all nonprofits.

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1 File IRS Form 990
Agency:Internal Revenue Service (IRS)

IRS Form 990-N, 990-EZ, 990-PF or 990


See Form 990 Thresholds to determine which form to file.  Then see Current Form 990 Series for instructions.


By the 15th day of the 5th month following the end of the taxable year.  For most organizations, the tax year ends December 31 so the Form 990 is due May 15.

2 File Wyoming Corporate Tax Exemption Renewals

Not required

Wyoming does not levy a corporate income tax.

3 File Wyoming Sales Tax Exemption Renewals

Not required

There is no renewal requirement for Wyoming tax exemption.

4 File Wyoming Annual Report
Agency:Wyoming Secretary of State - Business Division

Start filing online then print the Annual Report on the 'Confirmation' step of the Annual Report Wizard. Simply print and sign the completed Annual Report and mail it in with the proper filing fee.

Filing Method:

Mail or online.

Agency Fee:

$25+ $2 convenience fee if filing online


  • Annually by the first day of the registration anniversary month. If you incorporated or foreign-qualified on March 15, then your annual report is due every year by March 1.
  • Reports may be filed up to 120 days prior to the due date.

Wyo. Stat. § 17-19-1630


No late fee. Your business will receive a notice of pending dissolution or revocation and then has 60 days to comply.

  • Anyone with authority may file.
  • Original signatures are required on paper forms.
5Maintain a Wyoming Registered Agent

Maintain a registered agent that has a street address in Wyoming. The registered agent is responsible for receiving legal documents such as service of process. Appointing a registered agent service is often preferable to listing an officer or director, as their information often changes. Consider using our registered agent service in Sheridan , WY to maintain compliance with the state requirement.

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