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Income Tax

No income taxes are charged either by the State of Wyoming or the City of Casper. Wyoming is one of only seven states that has no personal income tax. It should also be noted that there is no income tax on corporations.

Sales Tax

The State of Wyoming charges a 4% sales tax on most items throughout the state. In addition to that 4%, there is also an Optional One Percent Sales Tax that funds the City of Casper, the Natrona County government, and the other towns in Natrona County.

One Cent Sales Tax

The City of Casper uses the Optional One Cent almost exclusively for infrastructure, equipment, and to support local non-profit agencies.

The Optional One Cent Sales Tax is used to buy infrastructure and equipment for the City of Casper, and to support many non-profits throughout the city. The Optional One Cent must be re-approved by the voters every four years.

Optional One Cent Sales Tax

Casper Area Chamber of Commerce

Founded in 1903, the Casper Area Chamber of Commerce serves all of Natrona County and does all the things one business cannot do or afford to do individually. We provide the organizational structure to more effectively build a better Natrona County and improve the opportunities for business within our community. We value community, service, relationships, leadership, and economy through continuous improvement and making a difference.

500 N. Center, Casper WY, 82601

(307) 234-5311

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Advance Casper

Advance Casper works with, for, and is about the growth and success of our community. Through collaborative efforts and initiatives we work with businesses and community leaders to build our future and create the change we want to see.

300 S. Wolcott, Suite 300, Casper, WY 82601

(307) 577-7011

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Downtown Development Authority

The DDA’s primary purpose is to ensure that Casper’s Downtown is the best it can be. Business recruitment, economic development, public relations, advertising and promotions, educational programs, financial assistance and beautification enhancements are all ways the DDA brings people to Downtown Casper. People bring business and business brings people along with increased demands for goods, property (both commercial and residential), lodging and parking – all of which increase property values and investments.

109 West 2nd Street, Casper, WY 82601

(307) 235-6710

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Small Business Development Center

The Wyoming SBDC Network is a partnership between the University of Wyoming, the Wyoming Business Council, and the U.S. Small Business Administration offering business expertise and technical assistance to help you start, grow, reinvent, or exit your business. Serving Converse, Natrona, Niobrara & Platte Counties.

300 South Wolcott, Suite 300 Casper, WY 82601

(307) 234-6685

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U.S. Small Business Administration

Created in 1953, the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) continues to help small business owners and entrepreneurs pursue the American dream. The SBA is the only cabinet-level federal agency fully dedicated to small business and provides counseling, capital, and contracting expertise as the nation’s only go-to resource and voice for small businesses.

300 South Wolcott, Suite 300 Casper, WY 82601

(307) 234-6685

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Elevate Wyoming Workshops

Here at the Casper Area Chamber of Commerce we receive calls daily about a plethora of topics. However, the biggest Member related question we get asked is “How can the chamber help me with professional development??”

While we offer a variety of professional development opportunities through programs such as Leadership Casper, Jr. Leadership Casper, and Chamber Hot Minutes; we are now proud to announce our partnership with Elevate Wyoming

Chamber Members in good standing receive at least one 90 minute workshop with a certified professional development trainer. Valued at a minimum of $1500, these workshops are at no additional cost to members, PLUS! These workshops can be facilitated at any member’s place of business!

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The Economic Analysis Division strives to promote an understanding of Wyoming’s economy by supplying accurate, relevant, and timely research and analysis about the economic accounts of the state. EAD serves as Wyoming's Data Center and manages important financial reports, including the Wyoming Cost of Living Index (WCLI), the Consensus Revenue Estimating Group (CREG) Report, and the Wyoming Gross Domestic Product. EAD also oversees regular economic forecasts, health insurance information, county economic profiles, and data about income, employment, and earnings in Wyoming counties.

Relocating your Business? Are you looking to move your business? Look no further! Casper and Natrona County, WY provide a great place for your business and your employees. There are many reasons to move to Wyoming, and even more to move to Casper. Whether you’re a small business, a manufacturer, or a technology company, there are many benefits to living and working in the heart of Wyoming! Access a list of area professionals in our Membership Directory to assist you with all of your relocation.

To build a vibrant, prosperous business environment by providing integrated services and resources to members.

Contact Us:

500 North Center Street – Casper, WY 82601
PO Box 399 – Casper, WY 82602