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WHICH STATE?

We offer Wyoming and New Mexico LLCs to our clients because they offer the best range of benefits. Which state you choose will depend upon your goals. The deciding factors will be the degree of privacy you require, cost and asset protection.

PUBLIC RECORD

Neither state requires owners or managers to be listed. Wyoming does require your agent to maintain more information on file, though. More on this below.

COST

New Mexico does not require an annual report, but Wyoming does.

ASSET PROTECTION

Both states offer limited liability protections for owners and managers. Only Wyoming provides charging order protection, or the ability to protect business assets from personal creditors.

OUR OFFERINGS

Privacy From Internet Searches & Government Inquiries: New Mexico LLC
This state allows anonymous LLCs and has no annual reports to file (which keeps costs down). We are not required to keep any owners or managers on record. Thus, if our records are subpoenaed we have nothing which would divulge your information.

Privacy From Internet Searches & Better Asset Protection: Wyoming LLC
Wyoming offers privacy and is an asset protection haven. However, Wyoming's Secretary requires the Registered Agent (us) to keep owners and managers on record in case of subpoena. If this is a concern, then the next option is a better fit.

Privacy From Internet Searches, Government Inquiries & Better Asset Protection: Wyoming LLC & Trust
We establish an anonymous trust to own the LLC and the point of contact is an attorney. Thus, if we are forced to turn over information we only provide an anonymous trust and an attorney's name with whom you have attorney-client privilege. This presents a signifcant hurdle for any creditor.

COMMONALITIES

We offer Wyoming and New Mexico LLCs because they are the best for privacy. First, let us cover what they have in common. Then we will cover their differences so you may decide which is best for you.

MEMBERS & MANAGERS

Neither state requires owners or managers to be listed.

ORGANIZER

Only the Organizer is listed with the Wyoming and New Mexico Secretary of State. In both states we list oursevles as to protect you.

ADDRESS, PHONE & MORE

The states we work with require the above information, but we list ours so yours never appears.

You may wonder why someone would choose Wyoming given the extra cost. The reason is Wyoming offers unique asset protection benefits such as charging order protection and a friendliness toward single member LLCs. Serious investors prefer these in case of a lawsuit, but not everyone finds they are worth the extra cost.

We consider the asset protection benefits and added cost to be similar to insurance. You may or may not feel you need it. The choice is yours.

DIFFERENCES

New Mexico and Wyoming each market to new companies, but target different demographics. New Mexico LLCs are the low cost option with Wyoming offering additional asset protection benefits - at a price.

WYOMING REGISTERED AGENT

Wyoming requires registered agents to keep a list of owners and managers, along with a contact address and phone number. The address must be a physical address - no P.O. boxes allowed.

The Secretary can demand this information at anytime without cause. While rare, it does happen. Don't worry, we have a solution, but it adds complexity and cost.

NEW MEXICO REGISTERED AGENT

New Mexico has no requirements for registered agents. We are not required to keep a list of owners, managers or contact information.

WY ANNUAL REPORT

Wyoming requires a $52 annual report and the name of the filer. We file the report for you using our nominee service, but the report and nominee costs can add up over time.

NM ANNUAL REPORT

New Mexico has no annual reports. This keeps costs lower over time.

You may wonder why someone would choose Wyoming given the extra cost. The reason is Wyoming offers unique asset protection benefits such as charging order protection and a friendliness toward single member LLCs. Serious investors prefer these in case of a lawsuit, but not everyone finds they are worth the extra cost.

We consider the asset protection benefits and added cost to be similar to insurance. You may or may not feel you need it. The choice is yours.

WHAT DO WE REQUIRE?

We do not require any documents to form your company. No license, social, date of birth or anything else. We only require what is on our order form. This information is not shared with anybody.

WILL WE SHARE THIS INFORMATION?

New Mexico LLC Privacy:
The Secretary of State cannot compel us to provide ownership information. A New Mexico court can, however. To avoid losing your privacy we do not keep your information on record so there will be nothing to turn over.

Wyoming LLC Privacy:
The Secretary of State and a Wyoming court can compel us to provide ownership information. To prepare for such cases you may have us form a trust to own the LLC and we can use an attorney for the contact person.

Thus, when we turn over information we will only disclose an anonymous trust and an attorney with whom you have attorney-client privilege. This adds complexity and cost versus New Mexico, but you receive better asset protection.

WHICH STATE IS RIGHT FOR YOU?

If you are only interested in privacy, then New Mexico will make the most sense. Examples of such cases are if you are titling a personal home, running an online blog or have another low risk venture.

If you are in a risky industry or have a high net worth, then Wyoming's additional asset protection benefits can be seen as a cheap form of insurance.

FINAL THOUGHTS

Privacy is a right, but you have to right for it. We make this fight easy by doing everything for you.

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