What’s a Wyoming shelf corporation or shelf LLC?  It’s a Wyoming corporation or Wyoming LLC filed in advance of the purchase.  We filed the company and the annual reports to prepare it for sale.  We guarantee the company is clean from all liabilities.  That’s possible because the company was un-touched and unused.   We filed the annual reports and it’s ready for immediate business.  We include the filed articles of incorporation/organization, certificates of good standing, resolutions, bylaws/operating agreement, and registered agent service.  How to order?  Please email us or call  307.237.2580 or 484.256.4563 and we’ll send you the list of our aged Wyoming corporations and LLC’s.

If necessary, the corporate officer will assist you in drafting the application for the EIN. (Your social security number is used on the EIN application.)  Need to file as foreign corporation in your state?  We’ll provide guidance and proofread your application.  Have questions about how to open the bank account?  We’ll help you.

Do I really need a Wyoming shelf company to do business out of Wyoming?

A Wyoming corporation or Wyoming LLC is great to do business within and without Wyoming.  You’re not in Wyoming?  A Wyoming company offers outstanding limited liability with a fortress of a corporate veil.

If you do business or have assets in California, New York, New Jersey, or any other socialist-minded state, Wyoming  offers superior protection.  For example, California is replete with an over-abundance of lawyers and extremely high taxes.  Further, California offers inferior corporate veil and limited liability.  You’re much better off with a Wyoming corporation or Wyoming LLC filed to do business in California than with a California born company.  Since Wyoming prohibits foreclosure of a member’s LLC interest, that protection isn’t available except in just a few states (Wyoming, Alaska and Nevada).

An aged shelf Wyoming company is an additional option before you file as a foreign company.  We can accommodate your request either way. The aged companies out of Montana are best to build business credit. If that’s a plan in the future, you could simply file the MT company in WY to do business and build your credit over the next six months.

We offer twelve year old shelf companies in Montana for $2295 that can be filed in Wyoming.  It’s called a Continuance and can be handled in about two (2) weeks and an additional $500.

Do you offer corporate officer/nominee officer services?

Yes,  we provide corporate officer services that vary in rates from $250 to $500.  The corporate officer serves on the public record in your place, prepares and signs corporate resolutions to protect the corporate veil, and agreements that don’t require a personal guarantee.  The client uses his or her SSN to apply for the EIN.  The client also signs on the bank account and the client signs on the tax return of the Wyoming corporation or Wyoming LLC.

We ask for photo ID from the client to validate their requests and directions.

Nominee officer services by our competitors usually are deficient in substance.  They don’t serve as corporate officer throughout the year.  We provide a real Contract Officer who is on the public record, and handles company formalities, all-year.

Why is the client’s SSN used on the EIN application?  What about the privacy?

You’re probably aware that the bank is an instrumentality of the US Treasury.  As a result, the bank shares informatio with the IRS.  What about a “nominee EIN?”  What is it?  A nominee EIN is an Employer Identification Number obtained with someone else’s Social Security Number (SSN).  Hint:  It’s not a good idea.  A nominee EIN won’t do anything for you in terms of privacy.  In fact, obtaining a “nominee officer EIN” creates unseen and unintended risk.  Whose SSN was used to apply for that EIN?  Was consent given?  How many EIN’s were applied for with the same SSN?  You get the idea.

There’s no privacy from the IRS.  The bank asks for your name, DOB, SSN, and other information. Then the bank shares your information with the Department of Homeland Security to clear you as a potential terrorist before opening the account. The point? Why get a “nominee officer EIN” when the bank is going to report your personal data to the Treasury Dept. anyway? So, go ahead and apply for the EIN on your own and identify yourself on the application by name and SSN. We’ll help you draft the application. Many incorporators who sell EIN’s, aren’t telling you that it’s the bank provides most of the data to the government. They only seek to extract another $100 out of you in the application for an EIN that you can get on your own. Besides, the identity of the person who applies for the EIN, or the bank account, doesn’t hit the public record.  So, what’s the point?  Stay on the legal side and don’t create problems for yourself with a Nominee EIN.

What about the corporate kit?

You’re buying an aged shelf corporation or aged shelf LLC, or new Wyoming company.  So, are corporate kits necessary?  Nope. Buy a cheapo three ring binder from Staples or OfficeMax and save money for a dinner with your significant other. Your customers don’t ask to see the corporate kit. It’s a “frill” marketed by the incorporation industry.

  • If your car had a leather owner’s manual instead of one in vinyl, does it make the ride all that smoother? No. Buy some advertising instead.
  • If you must buy a corporate kit, skip the middle man and go directly to CORPKIT.COM

What about an address for mail forwarding?

We provide a street address and a PO Box in Wyoming. We forward the mail several times per week. Registered agents provide basic forwarding of mail for official purposes (legal notices, IRS paperwork). For an upgrade, we provide mail forwarding for non-official uses (bank statements and other correspondence). Registered agents are allowed to forward mail.

What about protecting the corporate veil and preparing resolutions?

Many incorporators like to make the drafting of corporate resolutions seem difficult and complicated.  Here’s a simple solution:

  • Buy a cheap spiral notebook from Staples or at the local grocery store.
  • Each time you resolve to do something like hire an employee or buy a delivery vehicle, write it down. Hand write the notes. It doesn’t need complicated and sophisticated language. Here are examples:
  • July 14, 2016. On this day we resolved to buy a Ford Explorer for delivery of wedding cakes to our customers.

Sign Name, Position

  • July 28, 2016. On this day we resolved to hire a bookkeeper for the administration of the company account. The bookkeeper’s name is Jonathan Blane.

Sign name, Position

  • Notarize the bottom of the page every once in a while.
  • Your objective is to simply substantiate that the company is separate from you.
  • Resolutions and minutes don’t need to be a hassle. Write them in your own words and make it easy. An easy resolution is one that’s likely to be written. There are enough things to do in life than to worry about complicate corporate resolutions, don’t you think?


Call 307.237.2580 or Email for a list of available shelf corporations.

2 years old

$ 1100



$ 1500


1 Year Old

$ 600

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12 YEAR OLD Recommended

$ 2295


8 years old

$ 1995

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