A bill that would create both a personal and corporate income tax in Wyoming has been filed for the 2020 legislative session.
You can read House Bill 147 here.
The bill is a separate measure from House Bill 64, which is a proposed corporate income tax on companies with over 100 shareholders. House Bill 147 would impose a four percent income tax on earnings over $200,000.
Taxpayers would receive tax credits for excise, sales, use, severance and ad valorem taxes paid in Wyoming.