The allure is wide open spaces, clear air, and bright blue skies. The heart is its people and heritage.
Wyoming is a place where adventure awaits. Outdoor recreational opportunities abound, from hiking, camping, hunting, and fishing to off-roading, golfing, mountain biking, and horseback riding, just to name a few. Or simply stop for a moment, clear your mind in the fresh air, and enjoy the spectacular views.
The Cowboy State: Western Heritage, Friendly Faces
The history of Wyoming will take you back to the rough and tough folks who settled in this great state, and the culture becomes a part of your soul. The people of Wyoming are some of the most genuine and friendly you’ll find — you can still get a wave of a hand from a stranger, and we believe in lending a helping hand to those in need.
Wyoming Has Incredible Tax Benefits
All real estate sales are tax-free in Wyoming, and you can even transfer property to an heir as a gift free of taxes.
You’ll have more disposable income because there’s no state tax on personal or corporate income in Wyoming.
In Wyoming, you can establish a dynasty trust that allows you to shield your real estate from federal estate taxes for up to 1,000 years. This allows multiple generations to use and enjoy your property without paying estate taxes.
If you have retirement income from another state where you are a resident, Wyoming doesn’t tax it. This is a great benefit if you purchase a second home in Wyoming.
If you own property in Wyoming, you can gift it to your heirs without paying a state gift tax.
Wyoming doesn’t assess a state inheritance tax, and its estate tax was repealed in 2005.
Property taxes are based on the assessed value and are low compared to other states.
You won’t pay any state tax on food or gas.
Wyoming doesn’t tax this.
Do you own stocks or bonds? In Wyoming, you won’t have to pay taxes on them.