1. Nevada does not share information with the IRS.
Wyoming Answer: Nevada makes the IRS mad. Wyoming does share information with the IRS, but only the information given by companies with real assets inside the state. So, you have the best of both worlds; the IRS is not targeting you because you are in a non-friendly state (like they may in Nevada), and yet there is no information that is shared because most businesses do not have real assets inside the state of Wyoming.
2. Nevada allows bearer shares.
Wyoming Answer: Nevada's law did not say anything about bearer shares, but that law was changed in 2007 to disallow bearer shares. If you think you need bearer shares, call us first. You are most likely being misled.
3. Nevada has privacy.
Wyoming Answer: Go to the Secretary of State of Nevada's web site and type in a person's last name and/or first name. You will see a list of all companies that person is a part of in Nevada. Go to the Secretary of State of Wyoming's website and you will find that the only way to search on a company is by company name. You cannot search using a person's name.